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Migration from cPanel to Virtualmin

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Published on : April 19, 2016 by

Migration from cPanel to Virtualmin

The cPanel to Virtualmin migration is some what complex process when compared to usual cPanel to cPanel migration. Here, I’m going to provide the necessary steps for migration. Backing up of data from cPanel: Consider you have only the cPanel access for the account. Login to cPanel>> Files >> Backups >> Download a Full website […]

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OnApp enabled cPanel hosting – Creating ready-to-deploy cPanel servers

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Published on : March 3, 2016 by

OnApp enabled cPanel hosting – Creating ready-to-deploy cPanel servers

Server Provisioning is one of the most routinely performed activities in Web hosting environment. cPanel is the most popular hosting control panel in the industry. Naturally there is huge demand for creation of OnApp enabled cPanel hosting servers. It is possible to create a template for cPanel VMs and its VM instances in OnApp.  However, […]

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Email account password reset script – cPanel

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Published on : December 7, 2015 by

Email account password reset script – cPanel

We all know the cPanel reset email password option in cPanel. Yeah, navigate to cPanel >> Email Accounts and reset the password against the email account. It is a bit time consuming, right? And what if you have only WHM Access? Then you will have to select the account and drop into its cPanel account […]

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CloudLinux : PHP Selector – missing the MySQL extension

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Published on : August 9, 2015 by

CloudLinux : PHP Selector – missing the MySQL extension

We came across the following error message on all sites, hosted on a server configured with cPanel, CloudLinux PHP Selector (CL Selector) and Percona as DBMS. Issue was happening on only one server and not on others though. Some sites showed the error message of inability to load “pdo_mysql” and further investigations revealed that other […]

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WordPress Admin Password Reset

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Published on : July 22, 2015 by

WordPress Admin Password Reset

Passwords are very important in order to keep our accounts secure.  But sometimes we may forget our password or may need to change the password. Here I will point out some common ways to reset WordPress admin password. We can reset WordPress admin password using different methods:  Using phpMyAdmin  From MySQL command prompt  Through WordPress […]

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