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How To Manage Multiple WordPress Web Sites

In this article, we have discussed how to use the WordPress Toolkit in cPanel to manage numerous WordPress sites. The WordPress Toolkit manages multiple websites simply and quickly with features like bulk updates, security checks, plugins, theme settings, and more. Follow the following steps, to manage WordPress sites using the WordPress Toolkit. 1. Log into your “cPanel Account” 2. From the Search bar, you need to search for the “WordPress Tool Kit” 3. Once you open the “WordPress Tool Kit” a list of WordPress sites that have been deployed appears. 4. There......

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How to use Force password change in WHM

In the article, we will explain how to use force password change. Introduction: It’s a good idea to regularly update your passwords. If they think it’s required for security reasons, users can update their cPanel password using this option. 1. Log into your “WHM” 2. Now, select “Account Functions” 3. Click on the “Force Password Change” 4. Now, “Select the users” you want to update their passwords and click on “Submit.” Was this article helpful to you? If you continue to have problems with the outlined above, please contact the eTechSupport Team. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for......

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How to change the root user's password

In this article, we are going to explain How to modify the root user’s password. If you regularly update the root user’s password, you will be more secure and better able to protect your server. The WHM interface allows for the modification of this password. Let’s look at the Procedure how to change the root user’s password 1. Log into your “WHM as the root user” 2. Now, search for the “Server Configuration” 3. Once you open the “Server Configuration” you need to click on the “Change Root Password” 4. Now, Enter......

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How To Change The Apache Port In WHM

In this article, We will explain how to change the Apache Port in this article. Sometimes you need to stop Apache while it’s operating, but you also want it to continue running on a different port. You’re fortunate that Apache has a place where you can easily modify this. To change the Apache Port, adhere to the steps below. 1. Log into your “WHM account” 2. Now, search for the “Server Configuration” 3. Once, you click on the “Server Configuration” select the “Tweak Settings” option. 4. From the “Tweak Setting” bar, you......

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How To Clone the Reseller Plans From Plesk

In this article, we are going to explain how to clone your reseller plans from Plesk. The ability to create duplicate Plesk cases on different virtual machines without affecting Plesk’s functionality is known as “Plesk cloning.” Follow the following steps to create a clone of the Reseller plans from Plesk: 1. Log into your “Plesk Panel” with the help of a root account. 2. From the “Hosting Services”, click for the “Service Plans” 3. Once you open the “Services plans”, you need to click on the “Reseller Plans” 4. Select the “Plans”......

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How To Change the Time Zone In Webmail

In this article, you will learn If you’re unsure of how to set Horde as the default time in the webmail interface. Webmail programs by default utilize the host server’s time zone. If you are in a different time zone, you can change this setting. Depending on the webmail application you’re using, different techniques are used. After you change the time zone setting, the interface starts to show all timestamps in the new time zone. Follow the steps to make the default time zone in Horde 1. Log into your “Webmail” account.......

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How To Schedule Tasks In Plesk

Sometimes, it’s possible that we need to complete a given task at a specific time and that we can forget. The Plesk Panel includes a useful tool for this that will execute your task at the appointed time. Let’s look at how Plesk allows you to do it. 1. Log into your “Plesk Panel” 2. Search for the “Scheduled Tasks” option 3. Now, Click on “Add Task” 4. You’ll see the screen below. Therefore, once you see this screen, input the relevant task. Run Command: You must specify the precise path to the......

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How to Create Files & Folders in cPanel Account

In this article, we show how to create default files and folders in the cPanel account. Find the following default files and folders while we create a new account in cPanel: 1. public_html/cgi-bin: CGI Bin directory. 2. public_html: To make your website publicly available over the Internet, please upload your web pages and images into this folder. 3. public_ftp: It contains files to be accessible via anonymous FTP. 4. mail/: It stores the mail data. 5. public_html/.htaccess: The main .htaccess file for the pages served on this cPanel account over HTTP. 6. mail/cur: Mail......

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How To Check Server Status in WHM

In this article, We have discussed the fundamentals of monitoring your server with WHM. Learn how to locate service status, resource use, and Apache statistics by using the steps below. 1. Log into your “WHM account” 2. Search for the “Server Status” 3. From the “Server Status” menu, click on “Apache Status” 4. By selecting “Apache Status,” you may view specific information about your status. Was this article helpful to you? If you continue having problems with the above outlined, please contact the eTechSupport Team. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn for additional information....

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In this article, we are going to explain how to check memory usage in Linux with the help of the command line. Here is a list of commands for checking memory use in Linux. 1) grep  Use the grep command to search all log files in /var/log/ location for an out-of-memory error. grep -i -r ‘out of memory’ /var/log/ 2) free -m Use this command “free” to find the current memory usage in the server. free -m The command will show you the current “RAM” and “SWAP” usages in MB. 3) sar......

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