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You should configure your web server to not only use the certificate you were issued but to also provide the CA's intermediate certificates. I suspect that you have not properly configured it to serve the intermediate certificates provided by your CA. Failure to do so will lead to inconsistent behavior. For modern Apache httpd versions (>=2.4.8) you would ...


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Currently your email is going to mx0.123-reg.co.uk and mx1.123-reg.co.uk as indicated by the MX records in your DNS zone. If you want your email to go to the host named mail.yourdomain.com (as represented by the A record in your DNS zone) then you need to change the MX record(s) to reflect that. The MX record is used to designate the host or hosts that ...


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Update the cron job to mail you when stuff gets upgraded. You are probably better off grepping through the output for things that require a reboot (like the kernel), otherwise you're pretty much guaranteed an email every day: Linux distributions are constantly pushing new software into production. A few general notes cPanel is not a person, nor does it ...


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Ok, what you've got there seems very odd. You setup should look something like this: Hostname Setup: Hostname: mydomain.com Name Server 1: ns1.mydomain.com Name Server 2: ns2.mydomain.com Name Server 3: ns3.mydomain.com Name Server 4: ns4.mydomain.com Name Server 5: ns5.mydomain.com Name Server 6: ns6.mydomain.com I assume you are using a commerical DNS ...


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I know this is an old topic but for future readers, check /usr/local/cpanel/logs/login_log That log shows a list of failed login attempts and deferred login attempts.


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I suppose your are on worker-mpm mode. At first you can increase the default values like this, considering your server / trafic : ServerLimit 2000 ListenBacklog 500 StartServers 100 MinSpareServers 50 MaxSpareServers 100 MaxClients 2000 The default configuration is more for testing environment. You server limit is very low for ...


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I will agree that the situation is not ideal, but there is no threat here to your account, and informing you wouldn't be the best option. cPanel uses Apache's VirtualHost sections to determine which content is served for which request. In most cases, the IP address, port, and hostname should all match a single VirtualHost entry. However, if there is no ...


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Looks like you need to set up an A NAME record as well: https://support.cloudways.com/how-to-point-my-root-domain-to-my-new-cloudways-server/ And make sure domain mapping is set up correctly: https://support.cloudways.com/how-do-i-take-my-website-live-from-cloudways/ And don't forget it takes some time for the new settings to propagate world-wide: ...


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what you want the output to be? It seems that you have placed wordpress setup on the web root folder. you can install wordpress and build your site on top of it.


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First, you should be sure that you can resolve www.example.com. When you ping www.example.com, does it resolve the same IP address as example.com? If the resolve for both are to the same address, the issue is more than likely host header related. If you are running IIS, open IIS Manager and expand your sites. Right click the site for example.com and ...


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You should do this from the WHM interface from the basic setup section - I haven't used WMH in almost 1 year now and don't have access to one to check, but the documentation indicates that it is in Home >> Server Configuration >> Basic cPanel & WHM Setup More information can be found at https://documentation.cpanel.net/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=...


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This line: SecRule ip:bf_counter "@gt 15" "id:7157154,t:none,setvar:user.bf_block=1,expirevar:user.bf_block=300,setvar:ip.bf_counter=0" ... does not need an id:xxxx value since it is part of a chain. So it, in a sense, "inherits" the action ID of: 7157153 from the "chain starter rule": SecRule RESPONSE_STATUS "^200" "id:7157153,phase:5,chain,t:none,...


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Every cPanel server should have this length limit enforced regardless of version, since MySQL itself has a limit of 16 characters for a username. Thus, when you create a MySQL user for the cPanel user, you end up with 7 characters to spare: unixuser_1234567 Citation for MySQL 16 character max: http://dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/4.1/en/user-names.html



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