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Webmin is a Perl-based (not Apache-based) administration interface which, unlike cPanel, allows you to control every aspect of your server, either visually or manually, through the use of web forms. It also features a cool java file manager which allows you to get a visual idea of what's on your HDDs and it can perform basic file operations on them. In terms ...


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Between Usermin, Webmin and Virtualmin which one does the job and is less resource hungry? classicmanpro did a great job covering most of the differences, but I'll try to clear up the confusion here about resource usage. Virtualmin is a module of Webmin. You can't have Virtualmin without Webmin. Resource usage of Virtualmin, by default, is a bit higher ...


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If it's in the UI, it's in the CLI and API. If it's not, it's probably a bug, and we'll probably fix it if you tell us about it. You can get a huge amount of information about a domain using the list-domains function: http://www.virtualmin.com/documentation/developer/cli/list_domains Specifically, the --multiline mode: # virtualmin list-domains --domain ...


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Found the answer in the Virtualmin documentation: There's an environment variable $VIRTUALSERVER_ACTION available to the scripts which will contain one of: CREATE_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being created. DELETE_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being deleted. MODIFY_DOMAIN Set when a virtual server is being changed, such as getting a new ...


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I found there is no way to do that.


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As long as you're using the official CentOS repos, there shouldn't be any problems. That said, consider the following: Ensure you have a good, tested backup of the system before upgrading along with a quick way to revert your changes if the upgrade goes bad. Fire up another server, deploy your database on that server, and test the upgrade there before ...


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You have several locally generated and delivered messages, which you should read, and which (if you don't really want to read them on this server) you should forward somewhere. Once you know what the messages are, you can then take any appropriate action. Most likely these messages are being generated or processed by a process which still thinks the old ...


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In your postconf listing, I see virtual_alias_maps but I don't see virtual_alias_domains Try adding it as shown below. virtual_alias_domains = MY-DOMAIN-ON-SERVER.com


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Disclaimer: I never use webmin in production. In the past, I just installed this software in my devserver but not interested to explored it. This solution is tested in this Webmin and Virtualmin version # dpkg -l ii webmin 1.710 all web-based administration interface for Unix systems ii virtualmin-base 1.0-35 all ...


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Try root as the user and whatever your root password is as the password.



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