How to Kill MySQL Processes in phpMyAdmin

There are many ways to monitor MySQL performance. Your hosting plan and access levels are the main determining factors in how you’re able to view MySQL processes. If you’re using a content management systems (CMS) (e.g. WordPress or Drupal), you may be able to monitor MySQL processes within its dashboard and 3rd party add-ons. Regardless Read More >

Changing your PHP Version in cPanel

The latest versions of cPanel make it easy to choose what version of PHP your site is using. With just a few clicks, you can switch between different versions and even use different versions across sites in the same cPanel. This is especially helpful when upgrading older sites, troubleshooting, or dealing with third-party applications. Let’s Read More >

How to Install NGINX on cPanel

In this article, we will outline how to install the popular NGINX web server software on your VPS or Dedicated Hosting account. Installing NGINX allows your web server to cache content and increase server performance. This ultimately translates into faster websites and better experiences for end users. The NGINX installation process requires both root WHM Read More >

Why cPanel — What Features are in cPanel?

Why cPanel? cPanel is a web hosting control panel designed for ease of use. It is the most popular tool of its type in the world and included on many of InMotion Hosting’s plans. cPanel allows you to use various tools by way of a Graphical User Interface (GUI). This makes account management much easier Read More >

Issues with Merging cPanel Accounts

If you have a Reseller, VPS, or Dedicated Server plan, the method described below allows you to merge cPanel accounts. While we are glad to assist in this process, merging cPanel accounts is not a native function of cPanel and may produce undesired results. Data Backup Ensure that you have a full data backup prior Read More >

Where You Should Keep Your Addon Domains

When you set up a web hosting account using cPanel, one domain must be the primary domain. Your primary domain will always go in a directory labeled public_html. If you host other sites on the same cPanel account, then they are addon domains. cPanel used to require that these addon domains go inside public_html. Now, Read More >