Tag: Plesk


How to Create a Subscription Package in Plesk

In this article, we will help you to understand how to build a subscription package in the Plesk panel better. We’ll go through a few stages here: 1. Log into your “Plesk Panel” 2. Now, go for the “Service Plans” 3. Once, “Service Plans” opens you can click on “Add a Plan” 4. Create your “Service Plan Name” 5. Then, Fulfill checks the boxes on the plan, such as total mailboxes, disc space in MB, and bandwidth in MB. ascasasd 6. Once you are, Done with the Define the resources provided by......

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How to Create Backups in cPanel

In this article, we will explain how to take backups in cPanel. We are all aware that technology can crash at any time. Therefore, we should be ready for such circumstances. So, we should frequently back up our data, which will be safe and useable for long periods. You may create backups, which can then be downloaded to your local PCs. Follow the following steps to Create Backups in cPanel. 1. Log into your “cPanel Account” 2. Now, go for the “Files” option and click on the “Backup Wizard” button. 3. Once,......

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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 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 Edit Components from the Plesk

This article will let you add or remove the Plesk panel’s components (DNS server, DataBase servers, and FTP Server) from an existing installation. 1. Log into your “Plesk Account” 2. Now, search for the “Tools & Settings” 3. You will see the “Plesk” option from that you need to click on the “Updates” 4. Click on the “Add/Remove Components” 5. After this, You can see the available “Components” on this screen. The component’s icon is either green or red depending on whether it has been installed or not. The green icon shows......

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How to Remove Exited Containers in Docker

Docker makes it easy to collect an excessive number of discarded containers, which block output and take up disc space. Additionally, Docker provides command-line utilities for system cleanup. When a container quits, we can use the command shown below to delete it if we know in advance that it won’t be around for long: Furthermore, we may find containers using docker ps -a and filter them based on their status, such as created, resuming, running, paused, or exited. The list of exited containers can be filtered by status with the -f parameter.......

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How To Automatically Delete Forwarded Mails via cPanel

If you know, your emails can be forwarded to any other email account using the cPanel email forwarder feature. A copy will be sent to the forwarding email account and one will be kept at the main email address. Thus, you will have two emails ultimately. The emails that are forwarded to the forwarding email account in our scenario must be deleted from the main account. To do this, you must set an email filter rule because cPanel doesn’t directly offer this functionality. Please refer to the following steps below, To delete......

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How To Change The Schedule To Process Log Files Through WHM

The processing of logs is crucial to server monitoring. Administrators must configure the system’s log process in order to get the most out of it. You will discover how to modify the process log file scheduling in WHM in this post. Let’s View the Summary of Specific User’s Statistics. 1. Log into your WHM as the root user 2. Click on the “Service Configuration” 3. Search for the “Statistics Software Configuration” 4. Modify the scheduled hours for the Log Processing Frequency by swiping down to the “Schedule Configuration section.” 5. Click on the “Change” Option......

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How to Modify the Recursive DNS Queries Settings in Plesk

In this article, we will explain how to change the recursive DNS (domain name service) settings in the Plesk control panel. Follow the following steps to change the recursive DNS queries, setting in the Plesk panel 1. Log in to the “Plesk” panel 2. Now, Search for the “Tools & Settings” Option 3. Click on the “DNS Settings” 4. You can see the “Server-wide Settings” option 5. You will find the “Recursive DNS queries” option, and you can see the “Allow for all requests” selected 6. You need to click the “Allow for requests......

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