How to start/stop/restart a service in Virtualmin

With Virtualmin you can start, stop or restart any service on your server with a click of a button! That’s right, you no longer have to know a series of commands to manage services on your server as long as you have Virtualmin on your side. In this article, we’ll cover how to access the necessary interface that allows you to easily manipulate services on your server. This article assumes that you have already installed Virtualmin. If you have not, please refer to the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . You’ll also need to be logged into…

How to Reboot or Shutdown your Virtualmin Server

Booting up or shutting down your server is one of the simplest of administrative tasks and with Virtualmin it gets a whole lot easier! In this article, you’ll see how easy it is to reboot or shutdown your Virtualmin server. This article is written from the perspective that you have already installed Virtualmin onto your server. If you haven’t done this and would like to, please refer to the following article that covers this for you in detail: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . Once you have Virtualmin installed you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin control panel and…

How to Access and View AWStats Report (VirtualMin)

…find if you don’t know where to look. The focus of this article is to show you how to locate and access AWStats in Virtualmin. This 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) . To view AWStats you’ll first need to login to Virtualmin. If you’re not really sure how to login to Virtualmin please refer to the following article: How to login to Webmin . Once you’re logged in please feel free to continue with the following…

How to Backup Virtualmin Configuration Files

Using Virtualmin, you have the ability to backup any number of things, such as pertinent user data, databases and even configuration files. In this article we will show you how to backup your Virtualmin Configuration Files to ensure that your specific Virtualmin configuration can be stored somewhere off of the server for safekeeping.   We assume that you’ve already installed Virtualmin. If you have not, please refer to the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7). You’ll also need to login to your Virtualmin control panel and have Webmin access.   If you’re not certain how to do this…

How to create a PHP Error log in Cpanel

…show up on this page.   View your error files Option One: Right-click the phperror.log and select view     Your phperror.log should look like this when this it has been created.     Option Two: You can also view the phperror.log file by going to ‘domain.com/phperror.log’ (replace ‘domain.com’ with your actual domain)     By default, the permissions will be set so anyone can view the file. Learn How to Change the Permissions on a File   Related Articles Troubleshooting Using Logs (CentOS 7) Creating and Editing an .htaccess File Allow Editing of Hidden/System Files Definition of File Manager…

How to Update All Installed Packages Using Virtualmin

…to date using the Virtualmin Package Update module. This 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 we proceed any further you’ll first need to login to your Virtualmin control panel. If you’re not certain how to do this or perhaps you have slept since the last time you logged in, please refer to the following article: How to login to Webmin . Once you have logged in and you’re ready to proceed please refer to the…

Creating a Virtual Server Alias in Virtualmin

…the Alias of yourdomain.tld replacing yourdomain.tld with the name of domain that you’d like to alias     Enter in the domain name that you’d like to use in the Domain name field You can enter in a description of the alias in the Description field When you’re satisfied click the Create Server button     Once saved, your new virtual server alias should be in place and ready to use!   Helpful Related Articles How to Install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) How to Create an Email Account (Virtualmin) How to Create a Redirect in Virtualmin Restrict Webmin access by IP…

Virtualmin Account Types

…so yet please take a look at the following article: How to install Virtualmin (CentOS 7) . Account Types There are four types of accounts in Virtualmin, each with their own specific purpose or set of limitations. These limitations are typically in place as a means of privilege separation. Each type of account is listed below for your convenience.   Reseller – This account type has the ability to create Virtual Servers for other users and is a feature only available in Virtualmin Pro at this time   Mail/FTP Users – These users are associated with a specific Virtual Server…

Virtualmin Virtual Server Types

The Virtualmin control panel uses Virtual servers as a way to add new domains and subdomains to your server. Think of each virtual server as its own separate account with privileges to generally only access items or settings that are related to that account. Let’s take a look at the different types of virtual servers that Virtualmin has to offer. This 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).   There are three types of virtual servers that Virtualmin…

How to Backup a Virtual Server in Virtualmin

…backup of your site related content so that you can simply restore the backup and the site would then come back up. Conveniently enough Virtualmin offers this functionality right out of the box.   The focus of this article is to teach you how to create a backup of your virtual server using Virtualmin. This article implies that you have already installed Virtualmin, if you have not done so yet please take a look at the following article on setting up Virtualmin (CentOS 7).   Before we get into the nitty gritty you’ll need to login to your Virtualmin or…