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Background Process Killer Overview In WHM

there is only one username per line. Once you are done, click the Blue Save button to save the changes.   Related Articles Definition of Security Icons in cPanel – This article goes over the Security icons that can be found within cPanel, and what they may be used for. WHM Security Checklist / Best Practices – This article goes over how you can make your cPanel / WHM Server more secure. How To Manage SSH keys With WHM – This article goes over how you can manage the SSH keys for your cPanel / WHM Server.   If you…

Mailserver Configuration in WHM

WHM provides you with a full list of options to customize the built in Dovecot mailserver to suit your email needs. You can reach the Mailserver Configuration page under the Service Configuration section of WHM. This guide is intended for Hostwinds Cloud VPS clients who have a cPanel license and access to WHM or any Hostwinds Dedicated Server clients who have a cPanel license with access to WHM.   Mailserver Configuration   Protocols Enabled: Specifies what mail protocols Dovecot listens on. IPv6 Enabled: Specifies whether to have Dovecot listen for IPv6 address requests. Allow Plaintext Authentication: Specifies whether remote clients…

How to Change Your Hostname in WHM

to you to create an A record for the hostname so that it can be reached over the internet:   Clicking the Add an A entry for your hostname button will take you to the following page:   Simply verifying the IP in the textbox is the correct IP for your server and clicking Add Entry will set the A record for your hostname.   Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview Definition of WHM Functions How to Change Your Hostname in Linux How to Change Your Hostname in Virtualmin How to Stop cPanel/WHM from Automatically Redirecting to the Server Hostname…

Selecting A PHP Handler In WHM

possible but you’re unable to know which user ran the script.   How To Install Additional PHP Handlers To install additional PHP handlers you’ll need to use WHM’s EasyApache 3 tool, and install the Apache module for the handler through EasyApache. In WHM, head to Home > Software > EasyApache3 or EasyApace4 (depending on what version you may be running)   Upon completion of the build, EasyApache 3 will configure PHP and suEXEC for you automatically.   Helpful Related Articles How To Change PHP Version Per Domain cPanel And WHM Overview Apache Configuration In WHM Guide Definition Of WHM Functions…

How Do I Add An IPv6 Range Through WHM?

Before you can assign individual and specific IPv6 addresses to users you must first define the range they are in. A range of addresses is a cluster of a few IPv6 addresses. Through this function in WHM you’ll be able to add, edit and delete the ranges you want. Follow this guide to set up the ranges for IPv6.   Adding An IPv6 Range Through WHM Step 1: Login to your WHM account Step 2: Head to Home > IP Functions. You can select IP Functions from the available home menu or locate within the available organized columns on the…

How To Add A New IP Address Through WHM

Step 4: Add the IP Address in the New IP box or IP range to add text box     Step 5: Choose or type in a subnet mask from the dropdown box (for add-on IP’s will be 255.255.255.0)     Step 6: Include any IP addresses you wish to omit in the IP’s and IP ranges to ensure they aren’t included in the New IP or IP range box Step 7: Click the Submit button when done     Related Articles cPanel and WHM Overview Definition of WHM Functions Selecting A PHP Handler In WHM Most Recommended WHM Tweaks…

Checking Your Current Disk Usage In WHM

If you have a constantly growing website, or upload a large amount of files through cPanel / WHM, you will want to make sure you don’t exceed the maximum Disk that you can use. As if your disk space is maxed out on the server, the sites on the server, as well as some cPanel / WHM features may not work properly until disk space is cleared up, or added. However, at any time, you can check the current Disk Usage on your server from within WHM.   Where To Find Current Disk Usage Step One: Log into your WHM

How To Import Accounts from WHM into WHMCS

There may come a time where you have a cPanel / WHM Server that is full of accounts, that you need to incorporate into your WHMCS. This can be due to a new installation of WHMCS, or acquirement of another server. Regardless of the reason, you will be able to import the accounts from the server into your WHMCS using the Import Tool that comes pre packaged with WHMCS.   Where To Find cPanel / WHM Import Feature Step One: Log into your WHMCS Administrative Dashboard. Step Two: From the top of the Dashboard, navigate through to Utilities -> cPanel…

Setting up a Remote Hostwinds Server for cPanel/WHM Backups

This guide is intended for Hostwinds clients who have access to WHM on their VPS, Cloud or Dedicated Server. Shared, Business and Reseller hosting clients will want to ensure they have the Web Hosting Cloud Backups addon enabled in order to manage backups and have these available at any time.   How Do I Set Up a Remote Hostwinds Server for cPanel/WHM Backups? You can easily have your backups sent to a remote server by using FTP in both WHM and cPanel as explained below.   How to Set a Remote Backup Server for cPanel Backups Login to your cPanel…