Increasing tmp partition size on cPanel Linux Server

2020-07-11T14:33:08+08:00January 19th, 2020|Categories: cPanel & WHM, Linux|Tags: , , , , , , |

As your server grows or you have some rather large tasks, you might find the default size of your /tmp partition to be too small, which can result in various errors from your services, the most common 4 being cPanel, Apache, LiteSpeed, and MySQL. For example: [ERROR] mysqld: Can’t create/write to file ‘/tmp/ohUjKwaL’ (Errcode: 28 “No [...]

How to set a return to sender failure message for unrouted emails in cPanel

2020-07-11T14:44:32+08:00October 7th, 2019|Categories: cPanel & WHM, Linux|Tags: , , , , , , , |

At first, you've already logged in to cPanel, and are starting on the home screen. Click on the "Default Address" icon in "EMAIL" section. Click the option, "Discard the email..." with error to sender. If you have more than one domain, make sure you select the domain you want to set the failure message for.Then enter the [...]

cPanel User and Tweaking Memory Comsumption

2019-07-16T11:31:01+08:00July 2nd, 2019|Categories: cPanel & WHM, Linux|Tags: , , , , |

cPanel is most popular control panel in the web hosting industry which is generally used on Linux hosting server to manage available resources for a website. The Cpanel control panel is renowned, because of its easy functionality and simplicity. The simple looking graphical user interface enables user to do more besides its main feature. This control [...]

Creating a RAM Disk on Linux system

2019-06-08T22:25:37+08:00April 29th, 2019|Categories: CMS, Linux|Tags: , , , |

Linux has the native ability to support two filesystem types that allow for RAM-based storage: ramfs and tmpfs. A RAM disk can give faster-than-SSD read and write speeds ideally suited for applications that rely heavily on cached data. The key difference between ramfs and tmpfs is that ramfs does not take a maximum capacity, which could [...]

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