How to Change A Server’s Hostname Using the Command Line Interface

Changing the hostname of your server may be necessary for several reasons. For example, if you are utilizing your server as a Mail Server for your domain(s) hosted, then changing the hostname can prevent your emails from going to Spam/Junk. In this article, you can learn how to change your server’s hostname from the command Read More >

How to increase the FTP visible file limits via command line

When working with files within your hosting account, organization is very important. It is good to have files separated among folders so they are all related to one another. Although there is no upper limit for the number of files that can exist in a folder, there is a limit to the number of files Read More >

SoftException UID is smaller than min_uid

When working with SSH (shell) there are various things you can do, among the simplest is creating and editing files that are in use on your hosting account. There can be times when you run across issues in the WHM or cPanel GUI after working within the shell. In this article, you will learn about Read More >

Understanding Linux Inode basics

A common problem with Linux servers is the maxing out the inodes. This article will explain what inodes are and what to do if you exhausted your inode limit on your server. Important! inodes can only be viewed on VPS or Dedicated servers. Shared servers are monitored by our systems support to prevent inode issues. Read More >

Disable POP3 mail service on server

In this article I’ll show you how you can disable the POP3 mail service on your server, so that if you want to ensure all of your users are only utilizing IMAP for their email accounts this can be enforced server-side. Please note that the ability to disable the POP3 mail service is only available Read More >