Category: Root

Using Daily Process Log Feature in WHM

What is Daily Process Log Feature in WHM? Using the Daily Process Log Feature in WHM could help you analyze the server performance and diagnostics. The root access is compulsory to visit the daily process log feature in WHM. From the Daily Process Log feature, you can view and analyze the server performance by various columns such as the daily

Using ‘Apache Status’ Feature in WHM

Hi, The Apache Status Feature in WHM is present inside the Server Status tab. You can view your Apache server status using this feature. For example, if someone clicks on your domain URL, “yourdomain.com“, Apache is responsible to serve the content/result that the visitor is looking for. If you feel slower website speed or your website page isn’t being served

Using ‘Backup’ Feature in WHM

Backup Feature in WHM Using the Backup feature in WHM can help you create automated backups for all the cPanels present inside your server. It’s also easy to visit the Backup Section in WHM. It allows you to easily backup cPanel accounts to the remote address, and restore them when you want. It will create a full cPanel backup of all

Important Uses of Process Manager in WHM?

Hi, In this tutorial, we’re gonna learn about the basic and important uses of the Process Manager feature of WHM. But, before starting into the uses of process manager, let me tell you how you can navigate yourself to the Process manager option. Let’s dive right in!! How To Access Process Manager Feature In WHM? Log into

How to Check Current Running Processes in WHM?

Hi, You can easily check all the currently running processes of your server from your WHM root. Follow the below steps to check Current Running Processes in WHM root. First of all, log into your WHM as a root. Either navigate to the System Health > Show Current Running Processes  Or simply type Show Current in the search

How to Prevent Bypassing the Mail Server to Send Mail?

Well, you can prevent bypassing the mail server to send mail, and block users to create spam scripts by enabling the SMTP Restrictions. Enabling the SMTP Restrictions will prevent users from bypassing the mail server to send mail. Once enabled, it only allows mail delivery through MTA, mailman, and root connect to remote SMTP servers. Note: This method

How to Enable Greylisting in WHM Root?

Enabling the Greylisting according to your user emails will protect the users from spam emails. When Greylisting is enabled, the mail server will temporarily reject all the emails new emails from a sender that the server doesn’t recognize. You can customize the Initial deferral time, resend acceptance time, and record expiration time. You can also allow users to bypass Greylisting