Websites hosted on Plesk server often results with 502 Bad Gateway Introduction Most importantly, websites are unavailable and often result in 502 Bad gateway in the Plesk server. Root cause A request cannot be processed by the proxy server because of insufficient buffer size. In the log files /var/log/nginx/error.log Consequently, in… Continue Reading Websites hosted on Plesk server often results with 502 Bad Gateway

Common conflict in Plesk: the Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted (tried to allocate Y bytes) in Linux. Date posted: 25/07/2019 Introduction The error will occur due to the memory limit is exceeded by Plesk PHP back-end. Moreover, this memory exceeded will results in unable to extract the big… Continue Reading Common conflict in Plesk: the Allowed memory size of X bytes exhausted (tried to allocate Y bytes)

Migrate Gsuite mail accounts to cPanel Date posted : 07/02/2019 There are cases, you want to switch from your Gsuite mail server to cPanel mail hosting server. Its pretty easy to migrate the emails seamlessly with the use of imapsync tool. All you need is below details:-1. Gsuite mail account… Continue Reading Migrate Gsuite mail accounts to cPanel

Date Posted : 21/12/2018 How to migrate Cpanel Moodle to Bitnami stack In this article, we’re going to explain about migrating a cpanel moodle site to bitnami stack Prerequisites We assume you have bitnami application up and runningCpanel backup files and database copied to bitnami server Backup Existing Data from… Continue Reading cPanel Moodle migration to Bitnami stack

How to migrate CPanel Account manually from backend Posted on : 03-11-2018 In this article, we are going to see about the efficient and fastest method to transfer WHM accounts from one server to another and restoring the same in new server. Assumption : If we need to migrate all… Continue Reading How to migrate CPanel Account manually from backend

Implement IPSET on csf on cPanel | Pheonixsolutions Date posted: 03-06-2018 By default cPanel uses iptables to manage inbound and outbound connections. To improve performance and if we want to block large number of IP address in iptables may slow down the server and affect the network performance. Note: IPset… Continue Reading Implement IPSET on csf on cPanel | Pheonixsolutions

Install nginx on cPanel server Date Posted: 15-11-2017 cPanel is the widely used control panel to manage webhosting and it comes with apache as a default webserver. Nginx is fast webserver when compared to apache webserver. In this tutorial, we will explain on how to install nginx on cpanel server.… Continue Reading Install nginx on cPanel server

Install Mod evasive module on cPanel(Easy Apache 4 ): Date Posted: 23-09-2017 Mod evasive is a DDOS prevention module used to prevent DDOS prevention on HTTP level. Latest cPanel version has easy apache 4 and by default mod_evasive doesn’t come with it. Recently, cPanel added cl-ea4-experimental repository. In this post, we will… Continue Reading Install Mod evasive module on cPanel(Easy Apache 4 )

ConfigServer Mail Manage(cmm) on cPanel/WHM server Date Posted: 23-08-2017 Configserver mail manage(cmm) is an interface to manage mail accounts within WHM itself. This is free and it can be integrated easily to WHM. Prerequisites: cPanel/WHM access Server SSH access Implementation: Login to the server as root. Change the directory to… Continue Reading ConfigServer Mail Manage(cmm) on cPanel/WHM server

ConfigServer Mail Queues(cmq) on cPanel/WHM server Date Posted: 23-08-2017 Configserver Mail queue(cmq) is an interface to manage exim mail queue from WHM/cPanel. This is free and it can be integrated easily to WHM. Prerequisites: cPanel/WHM access Server SSH access Implementation: Login to the server as root. Change the directory to… Continue Reading ConfigServer Mail Queues(cmq) on cPanel/WHM server