Now cpanel is having some issues. Certain places acknowledge the new IP, others don't. IE all of my nameservers are still set to the old IP's and I can't seem to change them because they are already asigned to the old ones, etc. What can I do to try to fix all of this? Is there an easy tool? Is there a file I can just change?
Question for people who have moved to InnoDB: I wonder if it is worthwhile?
I don't care about ACID compliance, my only interest is in the row level locking which I do not get with large MYISAM tables which do table locking and clog up everything. I have a huge database that needs frequent updates, like 50,000 per hour. I also don't care about InnoDB's large size of indexes and such, I have lots of hard disk to throw at it.
My fear is with the backup of InnoDB tables, and the fact that it is not as simple to "fire up" the tables when I restart the database. MySQL manual suggests something like a query to "Warm up" the tables.
Any thoughts would be great, and if possible, any help with what settings you use. FYI, I am on a 4GB RAM machine with dual Core2Duo procs. When I tried the following in my.cnf for the InnoDB stuff ---
Code: #skip-innodb innodb_buffer_pool_size=1G # Set the log file size to about 25% of the buffer pool size innodb_log_file_size=250M innodb_log_buffer_size=8M innodb_data_file_path=/idbdata1:200M:autoextend innodb_additional_mem_pool_size=20M innodb_log_group_home_dir = /iblogs innodb_log_files_in_group = 2 innodb_flush_log_at_trx_commit=1 innodb_lock_wait_timeout=10 --- the MySQLD wouldn't start! Question about the stuff in red: what're those paths for?
I been reading this forum for a while now and now i have a VPS for my blog. The reason i moved from shared to VPS was due to my old webhost told me i was usuing to many CPU power and it was causing the server to crash.
Now with the VPS same thing is still happening. My apache keeps hanging due to too many connections and only way to bring my site up is rebooting the VPS. i contacted the webhosting and they have me setup a cronjob to restar httpd every hour but that still doesnt do it.
This is killing me. I get around 1 million hits a month on my blog. I tried optimizing my apache and sql with the instructions i found here but it didnt help.
this is the plan i have:
Disk Space 30,000 MB (30 GB) CPU Limit Equal Share Guranteed Memory 256 MB Burstable Memory 1024 MB Monthly Bandwidth 2,000 GB Control Panel cPanel / WHM
I recently moved a site from one hosting company to another. I went to the registrar and pointed the DNS at the new nameservers, and set up a new ftp account to upload the site. The DNS seemed to resolve ok after a few hours, (in my browser I was seeing the new host's default home page) so I uploaded the site to the new host.
Today sometimes I see the new site and sometimes the old!
I'll be editing pages and uploading them by ftp, then suddenly I'll see a different directory structure on the remote server. Similarly I'll refresh my browser while looking at the new site and... Hey! I'm seeing the page on the old site!
I've cleared the browser cache on my machine btw.
My guess is that either a server somewhere in the path (at my local service provider?) is throwing out old cached versions of the page, perhaps when it is busy, or that not all the nameserver/dns records have updated.
I finally got my site moved over to Cartika's server. They were a big help with several issues I had, even fixing things that didn't have anything to do with their server.
I had to get a new template since the other one was only available at .wordpress but I like the new one much better anyway. I still have to go through each page to make sure I didn't forget to change some link or something. I also had to edit the php to work how I have it so I may have missed something (I haven't even seen php since 2003).
I'm writing a post about my initial impressions of Cartika and why I eventually chose them. I'll post the info at WHT when I finish it.
I just moved my site to dedicated server due to shared hosting capacity problem. Again I am facing Too many connection problem, when i contacted go daddt they replied as follow
Thank you for contacting Server Support. There are a couple of things you might want to check. First is how you have your httpd service configured. Make sure you have sufficient MaxClients defined in /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf. Additionally you will want to refer to your /etc/my.cnf file to make sure you have it configured to allow as many max_connections and max_user_connections as are needed.
I am using Redhat Fedora with Plesk as control Panel. Any help how i can change this Max_user_connections?
I recently moved a site from a hosting company to a VPS. I updated the name servers with the domain name registrar and the transfer went smoothly.
However one thing does have me puzzled. As I understand it (and correct me if I am wrong) my new hosting company are now the authority for my zone and should have a zone file which points my domain name at one of their IP addresses? However my previous host has a webbased email panel - if I log in to it I can still send email (but not recieve). This has confused me as I would have thought that my new ISP would have a zone file with an MX record for my email? How is this possible?
If you check out [url], you can see that its not running super fast. The load is nothing, iostat, vmstat, etc don't show anything out of the ordinary. Is there anything else I can do to see what might be causing it? Am I just in need of some good mysql optimization?
one of my servers currently died (it was a 1u System) Dual Xeon, 3GB RAM. I need the DATA off my SCSI harddrives.. i have a 2U system only, but when i try and put the SCSI harddrive into the Machine, windows crashes on the "Windows 2003 " starting screen. Windows, ugh, horrible. I need to get into windows to get my MSSQL database's backed up and then moved to a new server.
I moved my content from www,mysite,com to subdomain,mysite,com. I'd like to direct people who come to my site from search engines to the new location of the content.
For example, if they searched for pink purse and the search result was www,mysite,com/pink_purse,html, when they click that link, I'd like for them to redirected to subdomain,mysite,com/pink_purse.html. Can this be accomplished with some .htaccess magic?
I have a new DS with Plesk 12. I needed to change the default /var/www/vhosts location to a different physical drive, with more capacity.The larger disk is mounted as /disk1, so I created a folder here called vhosts, moved everything from the existing /var/www/vhosts directory, then I mounted /disk1/vhosts as /var/www/vhosts. See my fstab output below.
I then edited /etc/psa/psa.conf to update the VHOSTS location as per [URL] ...., and restarted Apache, MySQL and reconfigured domains.I thought all was OK, and that Plesk would just see /var/www/vhosts as normal, but I proceeded to migrate domains from another server to this box, and found that whilst some sites were working OK, many were not.
I was finding that existing config directives that used <Directory> were being ignored or seemed to disappear.All sites with .htaccess files stopped workingWe would get Apache / PHP errors saying that files could not be accessed as they were not in the allowed path for the domain. Plesk seems to be logging, reporting, and handling files as if they were in /disk1/vhosts, not the usual location. I have got sites working by adding /var/www/vhosts/ domain and /disk1/vhosts/domain to the PHP Settings page as allowed paths.
I have checked in the httpd.conf for each domain, and they all list the site document root as /disk1/vhosts/domain, not /var/www/vhosts/domain.It's as if Plesk is ignoring the change in /etc/psa/psa.conf.
All I want is for Plesk to think that /var/www/vhosts is the document root for all domains, and not do anything with /disk1/vhosts. I have many sites with hard coded links to included files in /var/www/vhosts/domain, and I dont want to have to rewrite them all to use /disk1/vhosts.
I have had to stick HTTP configuration directives on nearly every site, and add these entries to the allowed paths box, which obviously I should not have to do. Can any Plesk / Linux gurus tell me what I need to do to fix my problem, get sites working in /var/www/vhosts, and have Plesk allow .htaccess files to work without me having to add "AllowOverride All" to every domains??
# /etc/fstab # Created by anaconda on Tue Oct 14 05:22:57 2014 # # Accessible filesystems, by reference, are maintained under '/dev/disk' # See man pages fstab(5), findfs(8), mount(8) and/or blkid(8) for more info #
An arbitrary file inclusion vulnerability has been discovered in the Horde webmail application. At present, we can confirm that this security vulnerability in question affects Horde 3.1.6 and earlier. Based on incomplete information at this time, we also believe this affects Horde Groupware 1.0.4 and earlier as well (cPanel does not use Horde Groupware at this time).
cPanel customers should update their cPanel and WHM servers immediately to prevent any chance of compromise. The patch will be available in builds 11.18.2 and greater (or 11.19.2 and greater for EDGE systems). The updated builds will be available immediately to all fast update servers. The builds will be available to all other update servers within one hour of this posting.
To check which version of cPanel and WHM is on your server, simply log into WebHost Manager (WHM) and look in the top right corner, or execute the following command from the command line as root:
You can upgrade your server by navigating to 'cPanel' -> 'Upgrade to Latest Version' in WebHost Manager or by executing the following from the command line as root:
It is recommended that all use of Horde 3.1.6 and earlier be stopped (on cPanel and non-cPanel systems alike) until Horde updates can be applied. You can disable Horde on your cPanel system by unchecking the box next to 'Server Configuration' -> 'Tweak Settings' -> 'Mail' -> 'Horde Webmail' within WHM, and saving the page with the new settings.
I am in the process of moving websites and emails to a new host. I am doing the transfer manually because we are gradually moving different part of the site at one time to allow developers to work on new parts.
I now want to migrate all of the email accounts off the old cpanel server to the new cpanel host. What files and settings do I need to move so settings are not lost, such as save mail and contacts?
I'm having big trouble trying to update an SSL certificate with cPanel.
I'm such a dummy that I've ended up buying 2 SSL certificates to see if that may fix it.
I now have 1 certificate for www.mydomainname.com and 1 for just mydomainname.com
I have logged into the account in cpanel and uploaded both certificates and when I view them in Security -> SSL/TLS manager -> Certificates They both display the correct host, correct issuer, and correct expire date.
But when I try to visit my site using https I get: