How to Transfer/Migrate an Entire Server to a New Server

This article is intended for those who operate a VPS or dedicated server with a purchased cPanel/WHM license.   For more information about cPanel and WHM, please review our article cPanel and WHM Overview   How Do I Move A Server With The Transfer Tool? If you want to move everything to a new server, you’ll want to perform the following steps using the transfer tool.   Step 1: Log into WHM for the new server you’re moving to (details to log into your WHM are provided in a welcome email upon purchase) Step 2: Select the Transfer Tool under…

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

…causing the load.   Process Manager (WHM) If you have WHM you can use check the load of the server simply by logging in, as the load is generally displayed on the main page.       For a more in depth look at each process and their resource usage you can use the Process Manager in WHM.   Search for “process” in the search bar Select Process Manager under System Health     With the Process Manager you can Kill processes or trace them, as well as simply get an idea of the resource utilization of each process.  …

Transfer/Migrate a Server with No Downtime (or Database Lag)

server and you have WHM access on both, please refer to the following guide How to transfer/migrate an entire server to a new server guide.   Step 1: Log in to WHM on the original server Step 2: Go to DNS Functions   You can locate this quickly by searching for DNS in the search bar   Step 3: Go to Edit DNS Zone once you search for DNS in the search box in the upper left corner.     Step 4: Choose the right server/domain Step 5: Click the Edit button     Step 6: Change the number in…

cPanel Minimum Requirements

is easy to upgrade as your account grows and needs more resources if you notice that you will need to have additional resources. What will you be using this server for? The minimum requirements that we offer with our tier 3 VPS will be able to run cPanel/WHM. For websites that need more resources for high amounts of traffic, heavy resource usage for their applications, hosting videos and music, this will require more resources and a higher tier VPS is recommended.   Related Helpful Articles: CPanel and WHM Overview WHM vs cPanel A Beginners Guide to cPanel Cloud Instance Overview…

Adding a DNS Zone

  Login to your WHM account Head to Home > DNS Functions > Add a DNS Zones This can be located quickly by searching for “DNS” in the search bar     Fill out the Domain Information section with an IP Address for the A record and the domain it is attached to Click the Add Zone button     You can now view the results of your added domain in the Domain Owner Information section.   Helpful Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview cPanel Zone Editor How to Get Started with your New cPanel Server Definition of WHM Functions…

PHP Memory Errors

to do this (See the second note at bottom for a possible solution).   Step 1: Log into WHM for the new server you’re moving to (details to log into your WHM are provided in a welcome email upon purchase) Step 2: Go to the PHP configuration editor     Step 3: Edit the “memory_limit” variable     Step 4: Save changes   While this may help for a while, the errors are likely to return. If you’re getting this error there’s a very good chance that your code needs to be trimmed and optimized.   For shared hosting services…

How Do I Do Full Backups In cPanel

This article is intended for those who have our older shared hosting services, who will have Backup and Backup Wizard available in their cPanel applications or for VPS / Cloud and Dedicated server clients who have root access and full control over WHM’s features that are enabled. New shared and business shared services will NOT have these features available to them, and would need to purchase Shared Cloud Backups. For further information about our Cloud Backups with shared services, please review: Order Shared Backups.   How Do I Make A Full Backup of my Site on cPanel? To create full…

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