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Install and Configure CSF (Config Server Firewall) on CentOS/Cpanel

CSF : It is the abbreviation of Config Server Security & Firewall. CSF is for configuring or managing your server firewall easily and simply. Here is some useful steps to Install , configure and uninstall csf on server with CentOS. Installation Process: SSH to your server and do the following steps as root user. Step 1: Downloading csf package. rm -fv …

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How to Install MongoDB on CentOS and cPanel

MongoDB is one of those technologies that you should be paying attention to because it’s changing the way that developers interact with databases. MongoDB is officially a “NoSQL” database. Thanks to its architecture and BSON structure, it can scale more easily than other popular database servers like MySQL. MongoDB helps you to integrate database information into your apps easier and faster. That’s …

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How To Install mod_geoip On a WHM/cPanel Server

mod_geoip is an API module released by MaxMind for Apache (or interchangeably, LiteSpeed) to quickly and easily obtain your website visitors’ geographical information. It offers high performance IP lookup especially when used together with PHP. See benchmark While instructions to install mod_geoip on Linux with Apache are easily available on the Internet, not much is written on how to install the module on WHM/cPanel servers. This tutorial will …

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Install eAccelerator on cPanel Server – Command line

What is eAccelerator ? Yes, before going directly to the installation steps, you must have an idea about eAccelerator. As the name indicates, it’s an accelerator for PHP scripts/files on your website. It’s an open source software which is used to increase the loading speed of PHP pages. eAccelerator is a PHP accelerator derived from the MMCache extension for the …

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How To Install APF Firewall on Cpanel

Advanced Policy Firewall, or APF, is basically an interface to iptables, which is the standard interface to managing network ports on Linux machines. Interacting with iptables can be complex and error-prone, and APF greatly simplifies working with it. However, APF is still only accessible by ssh. There is no way to make changes in APF through WHM or cPanel. All of the APF configuration files are located in the /etc/apf folder …

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cPanel AWStats is Not Updating Automatically

AWStats is one of the most commonly using cPanel tool to analyse website traffic summary. You can analyse a lot of things from here like Number of visits, Pages, Hits, Bandwidth etc. In some strange situations, you may get this problem with AWStats, it’s not updating automatically. There are a lot of reasons behind this problem including file permission. Here I’m …

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How to install System Integrity Monitor (SIM) Cpanel

Description: SIM is a system and services monitor for ‘SysVinit’ systems. It is designed to be intuitive and modular in nature, and to provide a clean and informative status system. It does this by consistently verifying that services are online, load averages are in check, and log files are at reasonable sizes. Many other SIM modules sport different and in-depth …

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