Tag: cpanel

  • New Relic, cPanel, Apache and FastCGI PHP

    How to install NewRelic on cPanel so that, under a PHP suPHP environment, the newrelic.appname is set dynamically to the hostname of each site

  • cPanel: Error: Package system can not be repaired automatically

    If, like myself, you have recently upgraded the cPanel control panel system on your Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 server and received the error message “Error: Package system can not be repaired automatically” when upgrading Apache, then it’s probably caused by a problem with either the RedHat Package Manager (RPM) or YUM. To fix it, […]

  • cPanel: Simple Script To Backup Over rSync

    If you are running a reasonably recent version of cPanel (I think v11 or later), you have the ability to run WHM backups over rsync instead of just FTP. This post, if it isn’t obvious, is intended for people with root access to their cPanel server. So how do you do this? Simple, configure the […]

  • cPanel: cPanel 11 and WebDav

    As some of you may be aware, the new version of cPanel (version 11) now supports a technology called “WebDav” (known as “Web Disks” within cPanel). Basically this allows you to setup your cPanel web hosting account as an additional drive on your machine – making the uploading and publishing of files a lot easier. […]

  • Techy: Dealing with .tar.gz, .gz and .zip files on a cPanel Server

    Many of you with cPanel web hosting accounts would have needed to upload files to a cPanel server which were in .tar.gz, .gz or .zip files (these are compressed archives). And I bet many of you would like to have been able to upload the archives to the server “as is” (to save decompressing them […]