VPS solutions are built on powerful cloud technology, using our enhanced cPanel environment with full root access to CentOS. This article explains our VPS hosting packages, pricing, and features.
The root password will be required anytime you would like to log into WHM. This article will explain how to log in to WHM on your VPS or Dedicated hosting account and how to reset that password.
You can purchase new storage through the Addons tab of your VPS or Dedicated account. This article will explain how to mount additional storage on a Dedicated or VPS Server if you run out of space.
We are pleased to announce our new partnership with CodeGuard. Dedicated and VPS users can now take advantage of this partnership with unique plans by following the instructions in this article.
If you suspect malicious content, hacks, or a virus on your VPS or Dedicated Hosting account, there are some tools located in your WHM that can be used to clean the server and prevent vulnerabilities.
This article will explain how to prevent your server from freezing up or fix site performance problems on a VPS or Dedicated Server.
Email blacklisting can interfere with your ability to send emails from your server's IP address. This article will explain what steps to take if an IP on your VPS or Dedicated server is blacklisted.
This article will explain how to restore a backup on a VPS or Dedicated server.
VPS and Dedicated servers come with all applications necessary to run a standard web and email server. The applications that come with the VPS and Dedicated servers are generally supported.
We offer a full WHM with root access for VPS and Dedicated Hosting owners. If you have issues, you can submit a support request to the cPanel customer service team through the support center.
This article discusses some measures you can take to secure a Dedicated or VPS server.
There are two main locations where logs are kept on Dedicated and VPS servers. The /usr/local/cpanel/logs directory and the /var/log/ directory. This is a list of the logs common to each directory.
This article will explain how to create and manage users on Dedicated or VPS servers.
Managing ports on a Dedicated or VPS server is done through command line. You will use IPTables to open and close ports and setup other port rules. This article will explain how.
The current Dedicated and Virtual Private Server (VPS) setup does not support changing to a different Operating System (OS).
ClamAV is an open-source program for detecting viruses, malware and other malicious coding/files. It is a plugin for the cPanel and can be installed and enabled for all users on the VPS or Dedicated server.
If you need to transfer or restore a cPanel account for your VPS or Dedicated server, there is a tool within the WHM panel to perform these tasks. This article is about transferring or restoring from another server or restoring after a re-image.
Logs keep track of errors occurring in your hosting environment. This article will explain how to view the mail logs on your Dedicated or VPS server, which may be useful when experiencing issues with email.
This article will explain how to configure Backup settings for Dedicated and VPS Hosting accounts. In order to configure or deactivate your backups, you're going to need to log into your WHM.
yum is a package manager that is used to install, update and remove applications in the CentOS system. This article will describe how to install yum to your VPS or Dedicated Server.
If you want the backup tools on your cPanel accounts to access the server backups, this article will explain how to configure your dedicated or VPS server to use the new (non legacy) backup system.
Clearing out the log will lower the file count, which may spike as a result of an excessively large mail queue. This article explains how to clear the outbound mail queue on a dedicated or VPS server.
On our VPS and Dedicated hosting service, changing the PHP versions, loading custom Apache mods, and other Apache/PHP customizations are all performed in the Web Host Manager (WHM).
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records are a type of DNS record that notify your mail host which mail servers are authorized to send email from your domain name. This article explains how to set an SPF Record up.
If you would like to improve the caching optimization of your PHP site, you may want to install Alternative PHP Cache (APC). This article will explain how to do so on your VPS or Dedicated Server.
Java is a widely used programming language that is used to help with cross-platform compatibility and many internet applications. This article will explain how to install Java in a dedicated server.
If you would like to have more than one cPanel in your account or to host more than one website and want to keep them separate, then this tutorial will help you to be able to do that.
NginX is a web server and/or a reverse proxy added on top of apache, which is capable of handling connections better than apache, and can help handle high traffic to sites. This article
When possible, it is best to restart only the service having issues on your server rather than restarting the entire server. This article will explain how to restart your server if needed.
This article will explain how to fix the 'DNS entry already exists' warning in VPS and Dedicated servers.
This article will help with installing an SSL certificate for an account on a dedicated server through the WHM by providing steps to do so.
cPanel themes will not work correctly on sub-cPanels that are created through the WHM. This article will explain how to change the theme to fix this.
This article will explain how to use Easy Apache to recompile Apache. This is useful if you want to change the version of PHP or change other PHP and Apache settings.
How to manage the SSL used for cPanel login through the WHM
Many ISPs block port 25, so it is useful to have an alternate port that is available. Port 26 is open on all of %%BRAND%%'s shared servers, so you may already have it configured by default.
There are various reasons to access the system console. You can manage your server from the command line here using the root username and password.
If you need to change the Port for SSH in your server, you can do so by editing the sshd_config file. This article will walk you through the update.
This article will explain how to add a new SSL certificate for your different WM services if you are using a Virtually Private or Dedicated Server with us.
This article will walk you through changing your Hostname in WHM if you are currently using either a Virtually Private or Dedicated Server with us.
This article will cover the use of cPHulk, a software designed to protect your server from brute force login attempts through blacklisting IP addresses after too many failed login attempts within a short period.
This article provides a tutorial on how to install Git onto the server.
This article will explain how to view the outgoing email queue or exim queue in SSH.
This article will walk you through assigning a dedicated IP to a domain on a dedicated server.
This article will explain how to quickly grant Sudo access from the control panel.
This article will explain how to check the dates of your backups using SSH.
This article will explain how to reset the SSL certificates for your server's services.
By default, your server’s automated messages will be sent from email@example.com. To customize your default sender address, you will need to be logged into WHM.
To help maintain stability or to set tiers for your clients or your separate websites, you will want to create a package, which will set limits for the cPanels that you assign to it.
This article will explain some common causes for 500 errors on Dedicated or VPS servers and what you can do to resolve them.
This article will explain how to disable SSLv3 on a VPS or Dedicated server. This can help you avoid issues with vulnerabilities in SSLv3.