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Much RAM Your CentOS 7 Server or Website Has:

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Reading Time: 2 minutes What Is RAM? RAM or Random Access Memory is a type of computer memory that allows your operating system to read and write working data or computer code. RAM is usually used for applications or services that need to be reading or writing very fast. If you are running a CMS website for example (WordPress […]

Have Been or Are Under a DDOS or DOS Attack?

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Reading Time: 3 minutes DDOS or DOS Attacks are quite common nowadays. Thankfully, there are ways to detect them and mitigate them before it causes major downtime for your website or servers. In this article we will discuss how you can search your server logs for signs of a DOS or DDOS attack. Method #1:One method is to see your past […]

2019-2020 New cPanel Pricing Structure

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Reading Time: 2 minutes Plan Name Total Accounts Cloud VPS Server Cloud Dedicated Server Admin 5 cPanel (Default Allocated to VPS) $16.76 N/A Plus 50 cPanel (Default Allocated to Dedicated Servers) $30.00 N/A Premier Fixed 100 100 cPanel $37.95 $37.95 Premier Fixed 150 150 cPanel $43.95 $43.95 Premier Fixed 200 200 cPanel $50.00 $50.00 Premier Fixed 250 250 cPanel […]

How to generate a cPanel backup?

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Reading Time: < 1 minutes 1. Log into your cPanel account.2. In the “Files” section, click on “Backup” Icon. 3. Under “Full Backup“, Click on “Download a Full Website Backup” button. 4. From Dropdown menu, Select Backup destination to “Remote FTP Server“, In Email field enter your email address. Remote Server: FTP IP address or FTP domain name like ftp.example.com,Remote User: Your FTP UsernameRemote Password: Your FTP PasswordPort: 21 […]

Restore a full cPanel backup via root Command Line

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Reading Time: 2 minutes WARNING: Make sure you keep a full backup on your local computer while doing migrations. Also keep the remote server and or account active until you know all files have been transferred successfully. This is to make sure the data is not lost. * Best to be done while having root access to a server. How to […]

How to Check IP Address via the Linux Command Line?

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Reading Time: 3 minutes Introduction IP addresses and domain names are two important things you should be aware of when using Linux. An IP address is a unique identifier for a device, such as your computer or smartphone. A domain name (usually) refers to a website’s IP address. Checking your IP address is easy if you’re using a graphical […]

Finding Your IP Address in Linux Command Line?

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Reading Time: < 1 minutes How to check your current IP address in Linux is a very common question Linux administrators and web developers ask. Here we will discuss the best command lines you can run to find your current ip address. Use the following commands: This will bring you a list of your current local IP addresses and mac […]