I got the above error when I am executing the bash script with mail command. In the scripts you use -a in the mail commands to attach the logfile. This does not function and results in an error that an invalid header is being added to the mail. Looking in… Continue Reading Invalid header: /var/log/rkhunter.log
How to Install Redis cache server in centos 7. Date Posted: 02 -09-2018 Redis is an in-memory data structure store, used as a database server, cache, and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps and streams. It also provides… Continue Reading How to Install Redis cache server in centos 7.
How to migrate CPanel Account manually from backend Posted on : 03-11-2018 In this article, we are going to see about the efficient and fastest method to transfer WHM accounts from one server to another and restoring the same in new server. Assumption : If we need to migrate all… Continue Reading How to migrate CPanel Account manually from backend
Nagios with GitLab in Independent VPs Date : 27-oct -2018 In this article, we are going to run two different services in single machine at different ports.Namely Nagios and GitLab are the services which be running on different ports.This will accomplished by installing the services on machine. I.Introduction : Nagios… Continue Reading Nagios with GitLab in Independent VPs
Upgrading WordPress Manually in Centos 7 Date Posted : 20-09-2018 In this article, we are about to learn about how to upgrade WordPress version from rear end.We assuming that your have installed LAMP stack. Prerequisite : Acquaintance of WordPress,MySQL Assumptions: Centos 7 is running in your server WordPress version :… Continue Reading Upgrading WordPress Manually in Centos 7
We can use the following command to calculate the inode usage of a directory. It will be used in troubleshooting the “Disk quota” issue in cPanel server to find out which directory is using highest number of inodes ===== printf “===\nInode usage :$(pwd)\n===\n\n”;for i in `find -maxdepth 1 -type d|cut… Continue Reading Calculate inode usage