How to Use the Resource Profile Plugin in cPanel

In This Tutorial: Generate a Report View a Report cPanel includes a plugin to help analyze your account’s resource usage. If your account has been utilizing an excessive amount of resources, the Resource Profile plugin can provide insight to diagnose the cause of the excessive usage. In this guide, you can learn how to use Read More >

Linux Memory Usage

Navigation: Linux free -m Linux page cache Linux sar -r /proc/meminfo Understanding Linux memory usage and how to check for used and free memory or RAM in Linux can be difficult. But once you learn about the Linux page cache and how to read the status of it, it’s really quite simple. Linux very efficiently Read More >

Editing your main php.ini on VPS and Dedicated accounts

All servers have a main php.ini file. This is a file that allows you to control the php settings. The main php.ini file controls the settings for the entire server. By placing a php.ini file within a folder, it will override the main server php.ini and allow you to customize settings for the files and Read More >

Stopping man-in-the-middle attacks on VPS accounts

In their continuing efforts to maintain secure servers, our systems team has recently posted a security maintenance alert that affects all VPS hosting accounts. The issue concerns what are known as “man-in-the-middle” attacks that target Secure Shell(SSH) access. Note that there have been no breaches of security, but this is a recommendation in order to Read More >

When should I restart my VPS?

As a last resort you have the option to restart your VPS container from the AMP (Account Management Panel). This shouldn’t be something that you’d typically ever have to do, but we are including this functionaltity just in case you are running into any issues. When should I not restart my VPS? When a VPS Read More >