How to install cPanel in CentOS

Its very easy to install cPanel on a CentOS box, and cPanel is the most widely used control panel to manage websites using a graphical interface. Its not free, a VPS license is about 15 USD per month and a dedicated server license is about 30 USD.   It supports installation on CentOS, RHEL and CloudLinux OS. Now, let’s get onto the main part – installing cPanel on your machine… Before we start with the installation part, a very important reminder! […]

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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. Here are the steps to Uninstall MariaDB and return to stock MySQL.

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How to Force SSL Logins in WHM and cPanel

Force SSL login in WHM and cpanel

cPanel and WHM logins will transmit the sensitive username and password through the internet and it need to be secure. If anyone intercepts the traffic, they will be able to decode the username and password if they are submitted in a insecure page. Hence it is quite vital to use secure pages for WHM, cPanel and Webmail logins.

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3 Tips to Secure SSH Access on a cPanel Server

SSH is the gateway to a linux server. To do any advanced tasks in the server, we need the command line access and it is provided by the SSH service. So, keeping the SSH access to a server secure means keeping the server secure.

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What are the Differences Between the Standard Version of cPanel and cPanel VPS Optimized?

cPanel comes as two variants. One for dedicated servers and one for VPS servers. The dedicated server’s version is called standard and the VPS variant is called the VPS optimized. As the name says, the one for the VPS servers are lot compressed to run in a tighter resource allocation and hence it is cheaper.  Better performance is delivered by the standard version, though. Lets see how they varies in detail.

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Setting Up A Remote MySQL Server in your cPanel server

Recent versions of cPanel allow administrators the option of hosting a MySQL server on a separate box, which can help decrease resource usage from high-activity MySQL databases. Setting up the remote database server is easy.

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