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cPanel Massive price hike

cPanel Massive price hike An announcement from cPanel Today, we announced a new pricing and licensing structure to our Partners, Distributors, and our cPanel Store customers. Our pricing and licensing will now be standardized for all of our customers, be billed monthly, and include multiple Tiers.  When cPanel defined its original pricing structure, some twenty …

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No symlink protection detected on cPanel Server

If you are using cPanel on CentOS 6 or CentOS 7 server, you may see the following security advisory: No symlink protection detected You do not appear to have any symlink protection enabled on this server. You can protect against this in multiple ways. Please review the following documentation to find a solution that is …

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HTTP/2 support in cPanel

HTTP/2 is a major revision of HTTP network protocol used by WWW (World Wide Web). It was derived from SPDY protocol (developed by Google). HTTP/2 is supported by almost all modern browsers. cPanel has recently added support for HTTP/2 in EasyApache 4. Now, cPanel users can enable HTTP/2 on their server. HTTP/2 can boost website …

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How to enable mysqli using Easyapache 4

Enable mysqli using Easyapache 4 Default PHP MSQL extension is deprecated and it will be removed in the future PHP version. Instead of PHP mysql extension, mysqli should be used in the code to avoid PHP compatibility issue. In EasyApache 3, we can select mysqli extension separately during Apache and PHP compilation using EasyApache 3. …

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Microsoft® FrontPage® Blocking cPanel 11.46 Upgrades

As you know, FrontPage extensions have been removed from cPanel 11.46. On an existing installation of Microsoft® FrontPage® extensions on your Linux server(s) will block the ability to upgrade to cPanel & WHM software version 11.46. Microsoft® discontinued support for FrontPage® extensions on Linux servers in 2006. Blockers are conditions that will not allow the …

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Broken spool file – exim queue corrupt on cPanel server

Sometime you may receive the error stating that your exim queue is corrupted. This can happen if the spool file remove from the server. If you are using ConfigServer Mail Queues (cmq), you may see the following message: Broken spool file – removed To get rid of this message, you can follow the below steps: …

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Unable to fetch the cPanel user file

Sometime you may receive the following error while modifying cPanel account: “Unable to fetch the cPanel user file for username.jFu8eBofRJWGD_cOgBNdwe8cBF1GItdh“ There could be several reasons for this problem as follow: [1] If the account is transferred from other server [2] Account is transferred from other control panel like Plesk/Ensim [3] Human error while modifying cPanel …

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Customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel

Customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel On cPanel/WHM server, httpd.conf is regularly rebuilt and custom changes are lost each time it is rebuilt. Also, it is not recommended to edit main httpd.conf to change settings for VirtualHost. To customize httpd.conf for VirtualHost in cPanel, it is required to use include conf file to override any …

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