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Clearing Flushing / DNS cache

This procedure is necessary in order for previously cached resolutions to be cleared out and subsequent lookup to be performed based on newly configured DNS settings. What is DNS cache? DNS servers are used to convert domain names such as www.Vondelphia.com into numerical addresses that can be processed by computer systems. Operating systems attach their own cache known … Read more

Install config and connect using FTP server

The specific program we’ll be installing is called vsftpd (366 kB) and it stands for Very Secure FTP Daemon. It’s a super dooper lightweight FTP server. It’s great, and you’ll love it. Installation apt-get install vsftpd and press Y Configuration nano /etc/vsftpd.conf will open the file inside SSH so you can make edits and tweaks Double-check and glance over the … Read more

HOWTO: Upgrade quota / disk space

Adjust your WEB Hosting disk space easily In most cases, almost always, you may increase server space for free. Just open a ticket and we’ll take care of it for you. You can also automatically upgrade your WEB Hosting package by navigating to your service and clicking the upgrade button. You can find the button … Read more

Getting Started: SSH and sFTP

SSH Port # should be 22 or 1157 SSH and SFTP are two secure ways of uploading files onto your server. Let us show you how to establish an SSH connection. Also, you’ll learn how to install an SFTP client plus configure it so you can easily publish your files to the web. What is (shell) … Read more

Can’t Login / Locked Out WordPress

Easily change your WordPress username or password using phpMyAdmin in just a few clicks. Customize WordPress User, Check out this video tutorial: Log into cPanel Click on phpMyAdmin Navigate to proper database using left side Find and click the *_users table and update appropriate column, perhaps user_email.

Bulk Repair MySQL Database

Using WHM / cPanel is good stuff maybe not powerful enough. If you have multiple MySQL Databases and want to bulk run repair tool – it’s not possible unless you SSH / Command Line it. Run the command mysqlcheck –all-databases –fast to bulk (or mass) repair all MySQL databases. If you remove the –fast from command, database repair will take … Read more