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23 Feb 2018
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How to enable Redis Database Backup in Memory using BGSAVE and SAVE

Hello, Today we will guide you how to enable Redis Database Backup in Memory. There is a possibility that redis-server might crash or memory problems and the user can lose the data that he is working. To overcome this issue Redis Developer added BGSAVE option or can be said as a feature which can be […]

20 Feb 2018
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Install Redis with auto restart on CentOS 6, 7

Today we will share a guide to install Redis on CentOS Machine (incl. cPanel based server) . This guide is compatible with both CentOS 6 and 7 and provides solution of automatic start of redis service on server reboot/start. We will install it for the user only not for root but we have covered for […]

17 Feb 2018
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Make MySQL Faster by Killing Sleep Connections Automatically

Here’s a Bash script to kill sleeping MySQL connections automatically and almost immediately to decrease MySQL CPU Usage and make MySQL Faster. This tutorial works only if you have a server with root access, and you’re logged in as root. This script uses about 0.25% on a normal VPS with 1vCPU of the CPU with […]

11 Feb 2018
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Backup Restoration Process for Shared Hosting Users

Hello, Accidentally deleted your files? Or do you want to roll back to an earlier date instance? No Worries, we got you covered by our free daily remote backups facility provided to all Shared hosting users. Following are the steps to restore your account data from a previously selected date. Login to your cPanel Account. […]

05 Feb 2018
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Create Custom Nameservers using your domain.

Hello, Today we will guide you how to create custom nameservers using your domain. Following this guide, you will learn how we can create custom nameservers using a domain and use it on our Linux machine after following cPanel WHM installation tutorial here. Requirements Domain Process Login to domain registrar account. Note – We will […]

05 Feb 2018
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How to Install cPanel and WHM on CentOS VPS and Server

Step by step guide on how to Install cPanel and WHM on CentOS VPS or Dedicated Server. cPanel provides a 15-days trial and after that user has to purchase the commercial to continue using its services. Requirements:- – Fresh installed Linux Distribution, i.e. CentOS (minimal installation preferred) -Root permissions – At least 1GB RAM – […]

11 Jan 2018
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How to Setup git Repository using GitHub

Hello, Today we will guide you how to setup git repository for code that can be new or existing code locally. Steps to perform the task are easy and requires no coding knowledge. To setup git repository we only need necessary things. Requirements – git installed on your PC or Server. Get here – Internet […]

01 Jul 2017
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How to Enable Railgun on your Website for free?

Railgun ensures that the connection between your origin server and the CloudFlare network is as fast as possible. Railgun compresses previously uncacheable web objects up to 99.6% by leveraging techniques similar to those used in the compression of high-quality video. This results in an average 200% additional performance increase. Please follow the following guide to […]

01 Jul 2017
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How to Enable Cloudflare on your Website?

Hello, Cloudflare is a CDN service which has over 115 Locations which optimizes your website and helps you fight against DDOS attacks as well. Please follow this guide to Enable CloudFlare¬†on your Website. It takes about 2 minutes, causes No Downtime and is absolutely Free! Login to your cPanel, Find the following Option and click […]

01 Feb 2017
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cPanel Disk Space Full ? Here’s How to Find Top Disk Space Users in cPanel/WHM And Solve it.

Today, we are going to discuss one of the most disastrous issues that come up with cPanel, especially on cPanel servers. When your Disk Space is Full, cPanel completely stops working and starts throwing errors on logins(Refer Below), so Logging into the WHM and check out via “List Accounts” is not an option. The filesystem […]