My Server is Not Working Correctly – What Should I Do?

…can also restart Apache at anytime by using the following:   service httpd restart     CentOS 7 To check Apache’s status in CentOS 7 please issue the following command:   systemctl status httpd     If the output of this command states that Apache is stopped, you can start it by issuing this command:   systemctl start httpd     You can also restart the Apache web server via this command:   systemctl restart httpd     WHM You can check Apache’s status by utilizing the steps below. Please note that you’ll need to be logged into WHM before…

Minimum System Requirements

Hostwinds offers several operating systems to chose from, either Linux or Windows, in a variety of versions. This guide’s intent is to list the minimum requirements each of these systems require in order to operate so that you are successful while using your services. All of our current Dedicated and VPS server plans meet these requirements.   cPanel Minimum Requirements are not included in this guide   Linux OS Minimum Server Requirements   CentOS 6   512MB of system memory (RAM) 1GB of disk space   CentOS 7   512MB of system memory (RAM) 10GB of disk space   Note:…

Configure BIND Server

and would like to transfer all zones to the slave server you can add the following line, however if you’ll not be using a slave server you do not need to do this. Please ensure that you replace the text SLAVE_SERVER_IP_HERE with the IP address of the slave server.   allow-transfer { SLAVE_SERVER_IP_HERE; };   You should also turn off recursion to ensure that your server cannot be used to perform a reflection DDoS attack.   recursion no;   Related Articles How to Install BIND on CentOS 7 How to Install BIND on CentOS 6 & 7 Configure BIND Server…

How to Install and Run Clamscan

How to install ClamAV ClamAV or Clamscan is a malware scanner for Linux. It will often catch things that are malicious, such as PHP scripts, bad emails, etc. On your Linux server, it is very easy to install and run Clamscan, however you’ll need to be familiar with how to SSH into your server. If you’re not familiar with how to do this, we’ve got you covered! Please review the following guide, which should assist you with this: Connecting to Your Server via SSH To install clamscan on your cpanel/centos server, copy and paste these commands into SSH as “root”:…

Enable Apache mod_rewrite Module

…HTTP Server… systemd[1]: Started The Apache HTTP Server.   Step 2 – Enable mod_rewrite Most modern day versions of CentOS such as CentOS 7 have mod_rewrite enabled by default, however we can verify this using the following command which will list all currently loaded modules:   httpd -M | grep rewrite   If the mod_rewrite module is currently loaded you should see output similar to the following:   rewrite_module (shared)   If the module is not listed in the output you’ll need to enable it. Generally this can be accomplished one of two ways in a CentOS environment. The first…

Running a Virus Scan on your Server

How Do I Scan My Linux Server for Viruses? In a Linux based environment you can run a Virus scan using ClamAV, and you can scan for Malware using Linux Malware Detect. You can also use the ClamAV scan engine with Linux Malware Detect for better performance.   How to Run a Virus Scan in Linux Using ClamAV The following steps will assist you with the installation of ClamAV for CentOS and Ubuntu. Please note that you may utilize the steps provided for CentOS on a server that is utilizing cPanel.   CentOS   Connect to the server instance using…

cPanel Minimum Requirements

Hardware requirements   Component OS Minimum Recommended Processor All supported operating systems. 1 CPU core 1 CPU cores Memory CentOS 7 1 GB of RAM 2 GB of RAM or more, for heavily-populated servers. All other supported operating systems. 768 MB of RAM 2 GB of RAM Disk Space All supported operating systems. 20 GB of disk space 40 GB of disk space   The cPanel & WHM installation and upgrade processes require at least 3 GB of additional disk space for staging purposes. Resource gathered from cPanel here   What Tier VPS Is Recommended To Run cPanel? It is…

How To Edit Apache Conf Files In Virtualmin

…article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin. If you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). Before continuing you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin control panel and have access to Webmin. If you’re not certain how to do this, or you have simply forgotten, please review the following article, which should assist you with: How to login to Webmin. Once you have logged in and you’re ready to proceed please read on.   Under the Webmin section select the Servers option Select the Apache Webserver module…

Advanced Zone Editor

…IP address, that’s what A records are used for SRV – This record provides information about available services on specific ports on your server. Note: The SRV record must point at a hostname with an A (or AAAA) record. You cannot point an SRV record at a CNAME record. TXT – This record contains text information for various services to read. For example, TXT records can specify data for the SPF (Sender Policy Framework) or DKIM (Domain Keys Mail Identifier) email authentication systems. Note: On servers that run CentOS 7, you may see a named warning about the absence of…

Cloud Control Overview

…      Now your Cloud Control home-page will pop-up a new browser window, and by default, will display any and all Cloud Instances (VPS’s) you own.   Example Cloud Control Portal, presenting 3 Cloud Instances. You can see CentOS 7 Hourly Instance (top), Windows VPS #1 (middle) and Windows VPS #2 (bottom)   Now that you are familiar with how to navigate to your Cloud Control portal, we will go over further details about the page.   Cloud Control Overview The following will go over the home-page within a Hostwinds Cloud Control portal, starting from the top of the…

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