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How to Uninstall MariaDB in a cPanel server

Uninstalling MariaDB is as easy as installing MariaDB. If you ever want to uninstall and roll back to stock MySQL, continue reading for a step-by-step guide to uninstall MariaDB.

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How to change the primary IP addres of a Linux / cPanel server

Normally in all servers, the outbound connections from a server will be originating from the primary IP of the server. This is the case in a cPanel server as well. So if an IP is blacklisted, or blocked, some where we may need to change the primary IP address of the server.  If we are changing the network range this is needed.

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How to Enable Gzip Compression in Apache

Gzip compression is a great tool by web servers with which we can cutdown the size of the pages sent out. In this topic I am discussing on how to enable gzip compression in Apache. Enabling compression means the web server will compress the size of the pages there by we can achieve better speed and low bandwidth usage.
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