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27 Jun 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Tutorial to add Let’s Encrypt for AutoSSL on cPanel/WHM Servers

Have a cPanel/WHM based Server and want to add Let’s Encrypt for AutoSSL on it? No problem, you are in the right place. We will show you simple steps to enable Let’s Encrypt for AutoSSL in WHM. AutoSSL is a great feature which issues the SSL automatically to the users who add new domains to their […]

27 Jun 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

InnoDB: Check that you do not already have another mysqld process using the same InnoDB data or log files.

Fix mysqld process using the same InnoDB data or log files Problem Own a MySQL server and facing Database connection failures and crashes? The reason could be duplicate SQL queries and Processes running on your server. There is an easy fix for this problem. MySQL Logs throws an error as below InnoDB: Check that you do not already […]

22 Jun 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Guide to Flush Redis Databases and Keys

Using Redis was persistent databases? Want to delete keys of a particular database or delete all the databases from your Redis server? Redis has grown to become one of the most popular NoSQL database systems (not to mention cache systems) in use today. Perhaps the biggest advantage Redis has over other NoSQL systems is that runs […]

12 Jun 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Guide to Setup Railgun Listener on CentOS 6/7 Web Server

Railgun is a WAN optimization technology developed by Cloudflare and is available to Cloudflare Business and Enterprise customers, as well as Optimized Partners. Railgun requires a piece of software called the Railgun Listener to be installed on your web server’s network. Railgun is a single daemon that runs on a 64-bit system which uses alternative compression […]

12 Jun 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Create a Filter to Whitelist Sender in Gmail

Sometimes, Gmail spam filter can be a headache to the users. It can send your important emails to SPAM box and you might lose important information. So, today we will show you how you can create a filter to whitelist sender in your Gmail account. You can use Gmail’s whitelisting feature to prevent specific email addresses or […]

09 Jun 2018
ColorHosting basezap

How to Enable HTTP STRICT TRANSPORT SECURITY (HSTS) on your WordPress Website?

As the internet grows, The security breaches grow as well, Its never a bad practice to enable security measures on your website. To Enable HSTS or HTTP STRICT TRANSPORT SECURITY on your WordPress Website, Follow these steps: – Fire up your WordPress admin which is usually located at http(s)://domain.com/wp-admin – Go to Appearance >> Editor […]

28 May 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Guide to Work on Redis Instances and Keys

Want to learn more about Redis Instances, Keys, and databases? In this guide, we will teach and show some Redis stuff which will increase your knowledge Redis Keys and Instances. In single Redis instance, there are 16 databases by default. These databases are identified/denoted by a number and not by name and these numbers are […]

28 May 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Guide to to Disable the wp-cron.php in WordPress

A Cron Job is basically a scheduled task and the wp-cron.php file is a way to check that list of task and run them if their time has passed. But this file can not self-execute so WordPress has to access it every single time someone visits your site to see if there is anything on […]

28 May 2018
ColorHosting Deepak Sharma

Guide to copy and sync Files/Directories using rsync with examples

Wondering how to transfer files from one location to another, that can be either on the same server or across servers. Today, we will share a great tool called rsync (Remote Sync) which is convenient Rsync is a fast and extraordinarily versatile file copying tool. It can copy locally, to/from another host over any remote […]

25 May 2018
ColorHosting BaseZap

[Solved] Remote MYSQL connection not working in cPanel account

Remote MYSQL database not connecting from a cPanel based interface even after whitelisting your remote IP from “remote MYSQL” ? It must be due to faulty MYSQL CNF file (my.cnf). Here are the quick steps to fix this : Open my.cnf file in terminal using following command : sudo nano /etc/my.cnf Locate the bind address  […]