After performing any sort of network change, such as adding IPs it is necessary to restart the network adapters in Linux so the new changes are active. This may also be a useful step in troubleshooting network issues.
Login to your cPanel account. https://servername.com:2083 Either type in the search bar, or locate the ‘redirects’ module Click on ‘Redirects’ Leave the settings on “Permanent 301”, and “All Public Domains” In the ‘redirects to’ text box type in your domain name with “https” in front. Check ‘wildcard redirect’ Click “Add”
The cPanel file manager is extremely useful in most circumstances. However it has a hard time displaying accurate information about total folder sizes. For example if you go to the file manager and look at the size of public_html directory you’ll notice it doesn’t show the actual size. The following […]
In a WHM environment you might run into issues with your clients using outdated code that generates lots of error codes. By default cPanel/WHM writes errors to the users log directory. PHP Error log location for domainname.ca: /home/username/logs/domainame_ca.error.log Sometimes if left unchecked PHP error logs can balloon in size, I’ve […]