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cPanel temporary URL – How to temporarily access your web sites!

cPanel temporary URL – How to temporarily access your web sites!

At Bobcares, we often deal with account migrations for web hosts, in our role as Outsourced Tech Support engineers. A common concern users have during such migrations is a way to verify their websites before they go live.

Today, we’ll discuss about how to temporarily access websites in two ways – Using cPanel temporary URL and local DNS hosts file – and our recommendations regarding the two options. (more…)

cPanel Nginx support – The why, what and how

Let’s clear one thing right away – cPanel doesn’t support Nginx.

But, there are ways to make cPanel work with Nginx and thereby improve server performance.

We’ll get to that in a bit. In the meantime, if you need urgent assistance with Apache load or performance issues, click here to talk to our cPanel experts. (more…)

How to fix “508 Resource Limit Is Reached” error in CloudLinux + cPanel/WHM servers

How to fix “508 Resource Limit Is Reached” error in CloudLinux + cPanel/WHM servers

Almost every webmaster starts hosting their website using a shared hosting account. It is a very cost effective method, but sharing resources with other customers can sometimes lead to slow site speed. Over the years, several methods were invented to ensure fair share of resources for everyone in a shared hosting server. One such method is resource usage limitation. (more…)

LFD saying “Suspicious process running under user XXXX”? Here’s how we fixed it

Here at Bobcares, our Dedicated Support Engineers maintain servers of web hosts, web designers, and other online businesses.

In cPanel and Plesk servers, a common error we see from LFD (Login Failure Daemon) is Suspicious process running under user XXXX. (more…)

How to resolve “Resource temporarily unavailable” error in SSH for cPanel servers

Here at Bobcares, we provide Server Administration and Maintenance services to cPanel/WHM server owners.

An error we sometimes see in cPanel servers while trying to SSH is : “Resource temporarily unavailable.”

This error is usually accompanied by the error ‘too many processes’, while trying to do ‘sudo su -‘ command, which is used to elevate the privileges of a wheel user to that of a root user. (more…)

cPanel multi server aka cPanel cluster – How it helps your webhosting business

Many see cPanel multi server (aka cPanel cluster) as a way to prevent business downtime. The logic goes that even if one server fails, the other servers can keep websites and mail online. But, how true is that?

In our role as Hosting support specialists for web hosting companies, Bobcares engineers manage hundreds of cPanel servers. We setup and manage several cPanel cluster infrastructure as a part of this cPanel server management services.
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Top 8 best practices in cpanel server management

Top 8 best practices in cpanel server management

cPanel is one of the commonly used control panels in web hosting servers. For web hosts to provide a smooth hosting experience to their customers, an efficient cPanel server management system has to be in place.

Every server require regular maintenance and constant monitoring to prevent a sudden crash or a downtime that can adversely affect the customer businesses hosted in it. (more…)

How to prevent ‘Disk size warning’s from affecting your hosting servers

How to prevent ‘Disk size warning’s from affecting your hosting servers

Are your servers crashing often? Do you see intermittent errors in websites? In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, our key priority is not to let our customers face such issues.

An outdated server software, application error, abusive processes, anything can trigger an error in a website or cause a server crash. Lack of adequate disk space in the server is one such trouble-maker.

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How to configure cPHulk settings in your server to avoid load issues

Internet is a very insecure place where anytime your server can get attacked, if not secured well. A brute force attack is one such attack that tries to login to your server by repeated password guessing attempts.

While the ideal way to prevent a brute force attack is to disable access to that service totally, it is not feasible in a public web hosting server which can get access from all over the world.

It is practically impossible to manually allow or deny each IP, from the whole range of IP addresses. That’s when a brute force protection tool becomes relevant. (more…)

6 reasons why your customers can’t access cPanel and what to do about it

6 reasons why your customers can’t access cPanel and what to do about it

While running a cPanel hosting business, many often you may get contacted by your customers who complain that they can’t access cPanel.

Inability to access cPanel can hinder with their website updates and other functions, thus causing customers to complain. In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, we help resolve such issues for web hosts. (more…)

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