I just recently logged into my user email account "the one which was created by the name of the user of the account" and found it had 8000 emails but none are showing up in either horde or squirrelmail. How can i delete all these emails without deleting the other email@example.com emails? Is there a way just to clear a specific email account in cpanel or a command line way. I think if i just delete the mail folder it would kill all the emails of that account and I just want to 'reset' that one.
I'm starting a video/music streaming network and I'm wondering should I stick to American hosts or go overseas to say the Netherlands? Which would be able to offer me a bit more bandwidth for a reasonable price?
Also, if there are any top hosts here that could offer some nice bandwidth for this type of service for a reasonable price, let me know about them to.
have built quite a library of music now. It would be great if I could upload music to my hosting account, and then just access it from my phone. Would that be allowed so long as I did not share this music with others? Where might I be able to set this up? I checked with hostgator and they said it was not okay.
Code: zip ../d/db/backup.zip ../d/db/09-02-15.sqlite backup.zip never appears. Instead, I get some random filename in the directory. Like ziOHokOw
If I try to zip a smaller file(last weeks backup) everything runs fine?
Code: zip ../d/db/backup.zip ../d/db/09-02-08.sqlite So the 134mb file zips fine, but the 200mb one seems like its failing and im left with some type of temporary file. I tried downloading the weird filename and unzipping it. It has partial info like directory structure, the filename but the actual file inside is corrupt.
Got a centos / cpanel box. Had to change the block of IP's with an entirely new block of 8. Problem is I cannot access cpanel/whm due to this, but only via ssh. If I run the below, it shows the old IP's
How do I replace the old block with the new? I've never done it via command line before.
Rapidly growing error logs showing the same message
$ug-non-zts-20020429/ffmpeg.so' - /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429//usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429/ffmpeg.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory in Unknown on line 0
root@server [~]# ls /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429 ./ ../ eaccelerator.so* root@server [~]# ls /usr/local/lib/php/extensions/no-debug-non-zts-20020429 ./ ../ eaccelerator.so*
Is there any safe way to grant command line permissions to a user/specific account? One that only allows them access to databases on their account.
The problem is that this user intermittently runs queries that cause their database to hang (including PHPMyAdmin, so they can't view the processlist through there), and I have to manually kill that process, because they can't.
Server is 2.4.21 with MySQL 4.0.27, admin is cPanel WHM.
I'm using this script as a cron to generate DKIM keys for the domains I have. It's an easy script. And it does it's job just OK. I have the necessary software installed and configured.
The way it works is:
The script check if the domain in queue has a record for it. If it doesn't, OpenDKIM generates a one time DKIM record for mail._domainkey that I am entering to my dns records for all the domains I have.
After creating the DKIM record, it checks and deletes mail._domainkey records if there's any. Then adds the generated DKIM to plesk dns zones and disables/enables greylisting to create the appropriate dns entry.
If it does have a DKIM recors on the hdd already, then it removes
mail._domainkeyand TXT o=-entries.
After that it basically adds the already generated DKIM record and it disables/enables the greylisting for each domain in order to recreate "TXT o=-"
Up till here, it works fine. I can see these entries when I check the DNS Settings. They are there.
But whenever I run this script either via cron or manually, I get an error message on my panel: (You can check the screenshot as well)
Warning: The DNS zone was modified. If you would like to apply DNS template changes to this zone, either click the 'Apply DNS Template Changes' button on this page or choose the 'Apply the changes to all zones' option in Server Administration Panel > Tools & Settings > DNS Template Settings > Apply DNS Template Changes.
And unless I manually click "Apply DNS Template Changes" for EVERY SITE it doesn't go away.
So, I was wondering, is there a way to scriptize that command? Or how to prevent it?
This is the command I use to generate DKIM and add it to Plesk database, also if any such record exists, delete and re-write it:
Is there a command line way of removing Plesk backups?
I'm looking for the command line equivalent of these steps: Log into Plesk as the server admin > "Tools & Settings" > "Tools & Resources" > "Backup Manager" > check a backup and click "Remove".
We have a script that copies the contents of "/var/lib/psa/dumps/" to Amazon S3 for long-term storage of backups. It runs nightly after a scheduled Plesk backup. Once that script completes successfully, we'd like to delete the Plesk backup to free up disk space. We have Plesk's "Maximum number of backups in the repository" set to 1.
But Plesk appears to keep that backup around while creating a new backup (which makes some sense). This is causing us trouble because the server does not have enough disk space for two backups. As a temporary solution, I'm manually deleting the backup each day through the Plesk admin, but would like to automate it if possible. If automation is overly complex/risky, we'll look at upping our disk space instead.