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Vesta Control Panel, or Vesta, is a simple and capable server management panel for websites, email, databases, and the users and systems. This guide will cover the options available across the top of the Vesta administration panel.
Vesta has a straightforward but powerful interface.
Packages – Lists the available user account types created and lets you create/modify/delete them.
IP – Lists the server's IP address(es) and lets you add/delete them and set owner/user groups.
Graphs – Shows Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Yearly graphs for Load Average, Memory Usage, Bandwidth, etc.
Statistics – Shows monthly or overall statistics like the number of Web/Mail/SSL domains, accounts, databases, etc.
Log – Activity log for changes made in Vesta
Updates – Shows software versions for installed programs and allows auto-update to be toggled and manual updating programs.
Firewall – Shows the firewall rules and allows add/delete/suspend for them, as well as the Fail2Ban listing.
Apps – Links to Softaculous to allow website app installation, including WordPress, PrestaShop, and many others.
Server – lists the server processes and their ram/CPU/uptime; allows configuring/stop/restart for them.
User – Lists user accounts for Vesta and allows Add and Edit/Suspend/Delete existing users.
Web – Lists web domains and allows to Add, and Edit/Suspend/View Logs/Delete existing web domains.
DNS – Lists domain zones and allows to Add, and List Records/Add Records/Edit/Suspend/Delete existing DNS Zones
Mail – Lists email domains and allows to Add and List Accounts/Add Accounts/Edit/Suspend/Delete existing email domains.
DB – Lists databases, links to PhpMyAdmin, and allows to Add, and Edit/Suspend/Delete existing databases.
Cron – Lists cron jobs (scheduled programs) and allows Add, Edit/Suspend,/Delete existing cron jobs.
Backup – Lists captured backups and allowed to Download/Restore/Delete and capture new backup.
Written by Evan Winter / October 16, 2019