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406 Not Acceptable Nginx error in cPanel/WHM

406 Not Acceptable Nginx error means that a ModSecurity rule was triggered. nginx error log: 2022/11/25 09:17:49 [error] 26611#26611: *123 [client 31.3.155.127] ModSecurity: Access denied with code 406 (phase 2). Matched “Operator Ge' with...

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Setting up automatic cPanel backups with JetBackup5

In this guide, I will be setting JetBackup5 on a new server, with a remote (SSH) destination, and scheduling daily cPanel backups. The following should be already created: JetBackup5 license is activated for the server IP SSH account created on the...

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How to access your VPS using VNC on Virtualizor (and common errors)

In an emergency, such as when a firewall blocks your IP or the Internet connection on your VPS is down, and you are unable to access your VPS via SSH, you can access your VPS via VNC. Virtual Network Computing (VNC) is a remote access protocol...

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Enable traceroute in cPanel

For cPanel users to be able to use the traceroute command via terminal, traceroute has to be installed on the server and enabled in WHM settings. Step 1. Install traceroute Ubuntu: apt-get install traceroute CentOS: yum install traceroute Step 2...

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How to Install Magento 2.4.5 on CentOS (Complete Guide)

In this guide, I will be installing Magento 2.4.5 on a cPanel server where ElasticSearch has been installed. Before proceeding to the next step make sure that you are using a supported PHP version and have all required extensions enabled. Step 1...

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Add body_check to Postfix MailGateway

By default PostfixMG only scans the subject for bad words, but you can also enable body checks. Step 1. First edit the main conf file and include in it the new file with body_check rules that We will add later: nano /etc/postfix/main.cf and to the...

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Dumping specific tables in MySQL using mysqldump

For high-traffic websites, I advise developing a stagging website if you make significant updates or even switch the WordPress theme entirely. But one significant problem I encountered while moving from the staging site to the live one is that all...