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Changing files and directories ownership
Files and directories in Linux have two ownership attributes: Owner and Group. There are a...
Changing the server hostname
To change the server hostname, log in to WHM and go to "Networking Setup" > "Change Hostname"....
Changing the server's time and timezone
To change the server's time and timezone, you can log in to WHM and go to "Server Configuration"...
Choosing a hostname
A hostname is a unique identifier assigned to a computer device in order to identify it on a...
Creating FTP accounts in cPanel
To create an FTP account in cPanel, log in to cPanel and go to "Files" > "FTP Accounts". In...
Finding out the Linux and kernel version on a server
To find out via SSH what is the current Linux and kernel version installed on your server: For...
Frequently used SSH commands
The following is a list of frequently used SSH commands: cd Change directory to a particular...
How can I change my server root password?
Log in to WHM using the current root password. Go to "Server Configuration" > "Change Root...
How to check the server's load average
You can check the server's load average using the SSH command: sar -q The above command will...
How to kill a process on your server
To kill a process on your server via WHM: Log in to WHM and go to "System Health" > "Process...
Monitoring server performance using SSH
To monitor the server performance, resource usage and the top processes, you can use the top...
Naming files in Linux
If you are developing a website and your pages and scripts are causing a 404 error or other...
Protecting directories with password
You can protect certain directories on an account with a password, so that if users try to access...
Rebooting the server from WHM
Rebooting your server is not really necessary for resolving most server issues and you should try...
Viewing a man page
A man page (manual page) can display a Linux command or function detailed information. To use...
Viewing connected user information
To get information about the users who are currently connected to the server, you can use the 'w'...
Viewing current memory usage
To view the server's current memory usage, you can either use SSH or WHM. With SSH you can use...
Viewing disk usage
To view current disk usage, including used and available space and percent used per partition,...
Where can I see PHP error log for a website?
The PHP error_log file for each account is located in the account's public_html directory. (this...

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