- Log in to your WHMCS Admin dashboard
- Navigate to Setup -> Products/Services -> Servers
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As a security measure, your server’s root user and SSH information will not automatically update in your Liquid Web account when it is changed using WHM or the command line. Without having updated login credentials, our Heroic Support team is unable to proactively fix any server problems or allow us to begin working on your support ticket.
- To update and register your login information, you will first need to log into your Liquid Web account.
- Once you are logged in, expand the details of the server you’d like to update using the plus sign [+] next to the server name on the Overview page of your account.
- Click the link Report current password on the upper right hand corner of the server dashboard.
- A pop-up will appear asking you to confirm your root password. Enter the default root user password twice in this section to allow us to login using this user login.
As we learned in our article What Are Domains?, a domain is associated with an IP address that directs visitors to the right location in the Internet that houses your site and its contents. In the same way, a Glue Record binds the IP address to a static cache so visitors can always locate your site without issue. This avoids impossible dependencies for that DNS zone. Your registrar holds the Glue Record and allows traffic to be directed without using the lookup process of DNS. You often see a Glue Record used for nameservers, but it is occasionally in other records depending on circumstances. Continue reading “What is a Glue Record?”
The concept of ‘Kernel hotpatching’, sometimes called live patching, was introduced to the Linux community around 2008. Soon after groups began developing differing implementations of the concept. KernelCare, one of the more popular implementations, was originally released in March 2014 by Cloud Linux, Inc. Continue reading “What Is KernelCare?”
In this article we will briefly cover the basics of monitoring your server via WHM. By following this process you will learn how to find: service status, resource usage, and Apache stats. Continue reading “Monitoring your server in WHM”
If you run a cPanel server, and need to upgrade your Apache or PHP version, cPanel provides the Easyapache tool to make these updates a breeze. While it can be run from WHM, it is generally preferred to run it from the command line.
Now that you have an image of a storm server, you can create new servers from that image. Here’s how to do just that:
While it is always important to create a backup of your server’s data, some backup solutions can be costly and unwieldy. Creating a backup of a Storm server is neither of those things. Instead, it’s cost-efficient and easy!
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Say your PHP application is unable to load a needed PHP module. The first thing to check is to see if the PHP module is available to the application. The best way to do that is with what is called a “phpinfo” file.