How to Enable Piped Logging in Apache

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Apache by default logs data directly to log files. While this isn’t a bad thing, it is not your only option. Both Apache 1.x and Apache 2.x bring with them the option of enabling something called “Piped Logging”, though cPanel will only allow you to enable it for version 2.x.

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Locations of Common Log Files on cPanel Servers

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One of the nice things about cPanel-based servers is the way that they keep the location of key files in the same place across all the various cPanel versions.  Due to this consistency one always knows where to look for logs files for all services running on a cPanel server.

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How to Update Reverse DNS in Manage

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If you have a Storm VPS or a Liquid Web Dedicated server-based account and you want to update or modify the reverse DNS of your IP addresses, you can do so easily using your Manage account.

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How to Install and Configuring NTP on CentOS and Ubuntu

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Introduction

In this article we will learn what the Network Time protocol (NTP) is and how to install it on the two Linux distributions most commonly used on Liquid Web’s servers. We will be focusing on using CentOS 7 and Ubuntu 18.04 servers, but the process is largely the same on other recent versions of each. Before we start, make sure we are familiar with using SSH (Secure Shell) as we’ll need it to connect to the server. Here’s a link to one of our articles on the basics of SSH if you are unfamiliar with its usage.

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Installing WordPress using WP-CLI

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WordPress has a great GUI-based installation process however some use cases call for CLI! Or, maybe you just feel more at home in a terminal, either way this article will show you how to get your WordPress site setup with just a terminal, using WP-CLI, and maybe a sprinkle of SSH.

In order to be able to install WordPress manually using WP-CLI you will first need to create a new database for the WordPress install. You will need to know how to find your SSH credentials as well as being used to using Terminal or Putty and WP-CLI.

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How to List Compiled PHP Modules from Command Line

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  • These instructions are intended specifically for listing the existing compiled PHP modules from the command line.
  • Your server environment may be different, but we will go over several options that you might run into. We’ll be using an Ubuntu Server with only a single PHP version on it, and two CentOS 7 servers, one with cPanel and one with InterWorx.
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VPS Hosting vs. Reseller Hosting

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Introduction 

With today’s modern technology, a website is one of the most critical components of developing a business and growing it within a targeted global space. The age of small business has passed, and the time when every business can make itself known worldwide has arrived. In this new world, an innovative industry has been growing for specific clients’ web hosting needs in this area. In this article, we will talk about two of the most common ways of meeting those hosting needs, including utilizing VPS hosting versus utilizing reseller hosting.

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