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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…

Setting the A Record for Your Domain

There are a couple ways that the A record for your domain can be set. You can either do this from within cPanel or WHM. If you are on our Shared or Business hosting plans, you will need to do this in cPanel. Please note that the domains nameservers will need to be pointing to the server that is used to complete the steps below. How To Set The A Record Within WHM First you will want to Login to your WHM Next, Locate DNS Functions within the WHM Menu This can be found quickly by using the search bar…

Advanced Zone Editor

Important: cPanel deprecated this interface in cPanel & WHM version 62. We strongly recommend that you use cPanel’s Zone Editor interface (Home >> Domains >> Zone Editor) DNS (Domain Name Service) is how the Internet that converts human-readable domain names (example.com) into computer-readable IP addresses (for example, 192.0.32.10). DNS uses zone files that reside on your server to map domain names to IP addresses. The DNS is also used to tell various services what should be done with your domain name. Such as what server to send mail to for that domain and where the website is actually located. There…

How to Prepare the Server for ClipBucket

…of the Editor   LoadModule h264_streaming_module /usr/local/apache/modules/mod_h264_streaming.so AddHandler h264-streaming.extensions.flv     Click Update Restart Apache Search for restart in the WHM search bar Select HTTP Server (Apache)     Click Yes     Set the php Limits Search for PHP Configuration Editor in the WHM search bar Select PHP Configuration Editor     Change upload_max_filesize to the maximum size video that you’d like to be uploaded Click Save     Your Server is now Ready for Clipbucket PsudoStreaming! Below are the paths for these Requirements: /usr/bin/ffmpeg /usr/local/bin/MP4Box /usr/bin/flvtool2 /usr/local/bin/flvtool++   Helpful Related Articles   How To Install ClipBucket How To…

Do You Support PHP, MYSQL and/or PERL?

When choosing a hosting provider it is important to understand what software they directly support and offer. We’re often asked if we support PHP, MySQL, and Perl on our services. The short answer to this is yes, we do. A few more definitive points regarding this are listed for you below. All of our servers fully support PHP, MySQL, and Perl. Base operating system installations in a VPS or dedicated are minimal installs and would need the specific packages installed after deployment. If you’re including cPanel/WHM with your VPS or dedicated server these packages are installed along with the control…

Editing a DNS Zone

There are a number of things you can edit in WHM that help you manage DNS zones. You can edit a DNS zone by following the steps provided in this guide.   How Do I Edit A DNS Zone In WHM? Login to WHM Head to Home > DNS Functions This can be located quickly by searching for “DNS” in the search bar Select Edit DNS Zone     Select the domain you want to edit zones for Click Edit       You can see and change Nameservers as well as A/AAAA/CNAME/etc records.     The required class value…

Setting a Service to Automatically Restart Upon Failure

You don’t have to adjust or add settings for this because cPanel and WHM already automatically restart a service when it fails. The chkservd constantly monitors all the services to make sure they are working properly. Every 5 minutes the chkservd decides which services are online and which need restarting. Services monitored include those such as, MySQL, Apache, BIND, Interchange, Webmail, Exim, etc. To see results from the chkservd look through: The /var/log/chkservd.log log file contains the results from each check that it performs. WHM’s Server Information interface (WHM >> Home >> Server Status >> Server Information) displays the results…

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…