Archive for the ‘All’ Category

  • Analysing Domlogs on a cPanel server

    Jul 9, 16 • 1018 Views • AllNo Comments

    On a cPanel server, a domains access_log is located at /var/log/apache/domlogs/domain.log   An example line from a websites access log is shown below. Not much verbrose, right 😉 Now lets take a look at what each of these fields mean. IP Address The...

  • PHP error reporting: which to use E_ALL, E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE or ~E_ALL

    Jun 25, 16 • 1336 Views • AllNo Comments

    Speaking of error reporting in PHP we might all have seen the above values. So what do they mean? Which settings should I be using? What is the purpose and difference between these values? Let find that out!! What the error_log will contain depends on the...

  • Block certain domains on cPanel server from sending emails

    May 9, 16 • 1186 Views • cPanel, EximNo Comments

    Sometimes it is really necessary to block some particular cPanel accounts from sending mails for spamming or whatever reason it may be. So, Is it really possible to block certain domains / accounts from sending out emails in a cPanel server.   Turns out...

  • Access PhpMyAdmin without cPanel login

    Apr 6, 16 • 1079 Views • AllNo Comments

    We all know what PHPMyAdmin is. Quoting from WikiPedia:-   Now, on a cPanel server we all know how to access PHPMyAdmin. Thats right, login to cPanel >> PHPMyAdmin to access the databases of the account or WHM >> PHPMyAdmin to access all...

  • Dig command linux / unix examples

    Dec 17, 15 • 1170 Views • AllNo Comments

    Hey, So, what is DIG command used for? Well, for those who are not familiar DIG is a tool to perform DNS lookups. It has a lot of switches to find out details about the DNS record we are looking for. It is a pretty straight and direct command line utility to...

  • Enable SPF records for all accounts on cPanel server – command

    Nov 24, 15 • 966 Views • AllNo Comments

    Hello Guys, We all know how to enable SPF for an account through cPanel. But what if it is to be enabled for mutliple accounts on a server or all accounnts on a server. Logging into cPanel of each user account individually and enabling it is possible but is...

  • How to list Subdomains, Addon and Parked domains of a cPanel account via command line

    Oct 24, 15 • 1393 Views • AllNo Comments

    We all know how to list subdomains/addon domains under an account after logging to cPanel of that user. But it is a bit time consuming to log in and browse between options. There is a better and faster way to list all addon/parked and subdomains of a cPanel...