Category: WHM

Import/Export Softaculous Settings in WHM Easily

Import/Export Softaculous Settings in WHM Importing and Exporting Softaculous settings are helpful for those who have more than one server, or frequently change servers. By using the Import/Export option in Softaculous, one can easily configure Softaculous settings in other servers which will reduce a lot of manpower and time. In simple words, in this tutorial, you’ll be

Disable Auto Login Feature in Softaculous

Hi, In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through a complete guide to disable auto login option in Softaculous from WHM. Note: Having a WHM root access is mandatory to perform this task. Disable Softaculous Auto-Login Feature Well, it’s fairly easy to disable auto login feature in Softaculous if you have the root access. If not,

How to Edit System Mail Preferences in WHM?

Edit System Mail Preferences Editing the mail preferences in WHM is crucial if you want to stay notified with all the server updates. In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through a step-by-step guide to Edit your System Mail Preferences in WHM so that you always receive an email alert for server stats. Visit “Edit System

How to Fix – AWStats not Updating in cPanel?

There are several reasons behind AWStats not updating error. Usually, this error occurs due to wrong file permissions, configuration errors, wrong directives, etc. So, let’s have a detailed discussion to solve the AWStats not updating issues in cPanel. However, before starting ahead, let’s have a brief look at AWStats. What is AWStats? Advanced Web Statistics

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