Linux/cPanel : Common logs file paths

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Published on : October 15, 2014 by

Linux/cPanel : Common logs file paths

In cPanel, it logs most of the activities happening on the server in log files. These log files are helpful in troubleshooting issues and in monitoring  the performance of cPanel servers. We are here providing a list of Linux and cPanel logs location. This is just a default and common path list of various log […]

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Linux:Skel directory

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Published on : October 14, 2014 by

Linux:Skel directory

When a new user is created in Linux there are some default files and folders which is copied to the home directory of new user. This is accomplished by the use of linux skel directory /etc/skel.  All files and folders provided in the /etc/skel will be automatically copied to the new users home directory.  Skel stands […]

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Image upload through WordPress shows “Missing Temporary Folder”

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Published on : October 10, 2014 by

Image upload through WordPress shows  “Missing Temporary Folder”

We might get an error as ‘Missing Temporary Folder’ when trying to upload images through a CloudLinux WordPress.   How to fix: The error usually occurs when a user is not enabled in CageFS properly. While you might see it as enabled, there can be still issues. In order to fix the error you need […]

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R1Soft MySQL Database restore :MySQLD executable not found!

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Published on : September 29, 2014 by

R1Soft MySQL Database restore :MySQLD executable not found!

Some times you might get any error on R1Soft MySQL restore like, “Error restoring MySQL database – MySQLD executable not found!”  Here we are going to see an alternative to restore a database from R1Soft backup from command line when the restoration from GUI fails. How it works: When we start an R1Soft MySQL restore, […]

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cPHulk: IP block removal

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Published on : September 24, 2014 by

cPHulk: IP block removal

cPHulk is a brute force protection system. cPHulk blocks the IP addresses that have more than one invalid login attempt within a fixed time interval. We are here trying to explain how the cPHulk whitelist IP can be done. cPHulk stores all of its information in a database called cphulkd. There are two tables of interest: logins and brutes. […]

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