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What is Bandwidth? In web hosting, bandwidth is usually described in terms of data transmission volume over time. Data can be email, web, sound files, images or any other content that visitors consume as well as all the content you upload or send. Depending on companies, it may either be measured in gigabytes per month, gigabytes per week or gigabytes per day. In most web hosting companies, bandwidth is measured in terms of months, thus it is also known as monthly data transfer.   Why should you be concerned about bandwidth? If you own or manage a website, it is important that you...

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Jun, 19

What is JetBackup?

What is JetBackup? JetBackup is a leading backup solution for cPanel which allows you to backup your cPanel account quickly and efficiently through cPanel Remote or local incremental backups. This includes full account backups, files, emails, DNS zone, cronjobs, databases, and SSL certificates. Jet Backup also allows you to create account filters to include/exclude accounts by disk space, resellers, cPanel packages, etc. All of these features are wrapped up in an easily-navigatable user-friendly GUI. MonoVM has recently switched to JetBackup for its primary backup solution. What are some...

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Jun, 19

PowerShell 7 is Just Around the Corner

Last month, Microsoft announced that PowerShell 7 will be the next release of PowerShell. Recently, a blogpost was published by Steve Lee, the Principal Software Engineering Manager at PowerShell, which discloses details about the areas that will be investigated for the PowerShell 7 release. What is PowerShell? Most have heard of the Command Prompt, but majority are unaware that Windows Server comes with a way more powerful tool, the Windows PowerShell. In fact, it is intended to replace the Command Prompt, since it delivers more power and control over the Windows operating system. Windows...

The WordPress Heartbeat API is a great feature that provides real-time communication between the server and the browser when you are logged into your WordPress admin panel. It uses the file /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php to run AJAX calls from the browser. By default, AJAX requests are sent every 15 seconds on post edit pages, and every 60 seconds on the dashboard. This is indeed helpful, however, if you leave your WordPress admin open for long periods (for example when you write or edit posts), the AJAX requests from the API can pile up and generate high CPU usage, leading to server performance...

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May, 19

Linux servers are based on a command-line interface by default, however, some might want to use them with a visual interface. In these cases, we can install an application which provides a GUI (i.e. Graphical User Interface). One of such applications is named GNOME and you can follow the steps outlined below to get it on your machine. Please note: our Linux server is running Centos 7 and the following codes might vary for other distributions. At first, we should update the OS: Yum update -y After completion, install Gnome with the following command: sudo yum groupinstall -y "GNOME...

One of the most important changes to be made in the CentOS is changing iptables to firewalld. If you want to revert this switch and go back to using iptables, it is possible however, you must originally configure the firewall. Follow the steps outlined below to change firewalld to iptables. Use the following code to install iptables: yum install –y iptables-services Then mask firewalld service: systemctl mask firewalld Now, we should enable the iptables service: systemctl enable iptables systemctl enable ip6tables Next, enter the iptables directory and set all the rules that you...

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May, 19

When you have created your own website and you are ready to replace your quick and easy Site Publisher website, you simply have to delete the relevant Site Publisher files from your public_html directory. **Please do not delete the Site Publisher directory!** The files and folders that need to be deleted from your public_html directory are as follows:Folders cssfont-awesomefontsimgjs Files index.htmlLICENSEsitemap.xml Please remember that if you have used any of these folders or file names in your "new" website, check them carefully and only delete the Site Publisher...

In this tutorial, we will guide you on how to create and delete hosting packages in CWP. To create a hosting package: Secure login to CWP at yourdomain.com:2087 Navigate to Packages->Add a Package Enter the details such as Package Name, Disk Quota, Bandwidth, etc. Click the Create button. The new package will be created and you will able to see it in Packages->List Packages (here you can also edit the packages at any time). Please note that CWP comes with a default package.   To delete a web hosting package in CWP: Navigate...

This tutorial is dedicated for the creation and restoration of backups in CWP. To download backups to your computer in CWP: Firstly, login to your CWP account Navigate to File Management->Backup->Download a backup copy tab Now you will have some options: Download a full website backup – with this action, you will be able to download a full backup of your site. It’s very useful if you want to transfer the site to another server or to restore it in case an issue arise. Home Directory – download an archive containing your home...

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May, 19

In this tutorial, we will take you through managing your DNS in DirectAdmin  First login to DirectAdmin panel. Click ‘DNS Management’ from ‘Your Account’ section Now we can see the zone files of your domain. Common Records: NS – Nameserver record. Specifies the hostname that was used to search the domain. A – Address record. Matches the domain name to an IP address. MX – Mail Exchange Record. It matches the list of servers that handles mailing of the domain. CNAME- Canonical Name record. It matches the domain name to...