Installing Custom MySQL Versions

2 / 5 ( 1 vote ) Update 2/14/14: These instructions have been updated to apply to 11.36+. If at all possible, you should use WHM to install MySQL, however, if you need a version of MySQL outside of what they are offering in current cPanel versions, it is possible to install your own versions.…

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Removing WHM Disk Space Errors

1.4 / 5 ( 56 votes ) If your server is approaching 99% disk space, your users may be aware of this before you are. At the 1% free margin, the following error will pop up when accessing certain features in cPanel and WHM: Sorry for the inconvience! The filesystem mounted at / on this…

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Errors on /scripts/upcp: Undefined subroutine…

When running a cPanel update, you may get the following error: /scripts/upcp /scripts/upcp syntax OK Running Futex Check/Fix……Done Undefined subroutine &Cpanel::Update::automatic_updates_enabled called at /scripts/upcp line 273. To fix this, run the following command: wget -O /root/updatenow.static http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/cpanelsync/RELEASE/scripts/updatenow.static && perl /root/updatenow.static –manual Then you can proceed running a cPanel update: /scripts/upcp –force…

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Fixing Quotas on a cPanel Server

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) If you go into WHM > List Accounts and all your accounts are showing an unlimited quota and 0 disk space usage, you probably have a quota problem. First thing, try running /scripts/fixquotas This’ll take a while depending on your current disk usage, but will usually fix the…

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User Databases Missing from cPanel

5 / 5 ( 1 vote ) After upgrading to cPanel 11.28, a number of our users indicated that databases were missing from their cPanels, despite the actual databases existing on the server. There are a number of things that can cause this, including corrupted Perl modules and MySQL not running, but the major cause…

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Cron

5 / 5 ( 3 votes ) The following is a guest post from Gwen Davis of hostingobserver.com. History The first cron was written in the early 1970s for Version 7 UNIX as a system service (also known in UNIX as a daemon). The algorithm, invoked from the /etc/inittab location whenever the OS entered a…

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