TAG: cPanel

Setting Up cPanel/WHM Packages

How Do I Create Packages In WHM For cPanel?   Setting up packages makes creating and managing multiple cPanel accounts easier.   Log in to WHM Go to Packages You can find this section by searching for the word “package” in the search bar Go to Add a Package     Name your package Define…

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…

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,…

Setting Server time in WHM

How do I change the server time in WHM?   If you have WHM access, which you do with any Cloud or Dedicated server (at Hostwinds), here’s what you need to do:   Go to WHM and login as root user Go to Home > Server Configuration > Server Time     Choose the correct…

WHM vs cPanel

What’s the difference between WHM and cPanel?   cPanel is used to manage your sites and domains, while Web Host Manager (WHM) is used to manage multiple hosting accounts/multiple cPanels. For example, setting limits on the amount of memory allocated to each account or limiting the number of domains each account can have. WHM is often…

Softaculous Application Updates

How do I Update Softaculous Applications? Updating your Softaculous-installed applications is easy and important to do. Applications, software and scripts are always being updated with new features, but more importantly, fixes to possible security risks. Here’s how to update them:   Once logged into cPanel go to Home > Software > Softaculous Apps Installer    …

Viewing FTP Connections

How Can I View Current FTP Connections In cPanel? You can view all FTP connections at any given time in your cPanel by checking the FTP Connections interface. Refer to the following steps to access the FTP Connections interface located under the FTP section in cPanel.     FTP Connections List Step 1:  Locate “FTP Connections”,…

Creating an FTP Account in cPanel

How do I Create an FTP Account? It’s easy to create FTP accounts in your cPanel.   Go to the cPanel home page Go to FTP Accounts in the Files  section     Under Add FTP Account, input a username for the new login Select the site you want to create the account for Input…

How to Setup a Subdomain Using cPanel

What is a Subdomain? A subdomain is the use of an existing domain with a prefix change of the www to another title.  This creates another website that contains it’s own unique content without an entirely new domain needed to be created.  Assuming you own the domain already, a subdomain looks like mail.example.com or blog.example.com.…

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