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Every interface in cPanel also displays the navigation bar. The navigation bar provides the currently-active account information and provides controls that allow you to change settings and log out of your account.
Use the Search Features text box to quickly find the interfaces that you need. The Search Feature text box also navigates to interfaces in the User Preferences menu.
Use the keyboard shortcut
/ to jump to the Search Features text box. This feature only functions in Chrome and Internet Explorer.
Click the username to manage user preferences and configure the dashboard.
Clickto see any messages, warnings, and errors on your cPanel account. Resellers can also customize this interface to broadcast important information to their customers.
On the left side of the cPanel interface, and on every cPanel interface, the sidebar provides access to the four main product areas:
Clickto display information about your cPanel account and its resource usage. To increase your account's resources, contact your hosting provider.
The amount of data that transferred to and from your cPanel account for the month to date in Megabytes, and your cPanel account's monthly bandwidth limit.
If discrepancies exist between the information that cPanel provides and the information that log processing programs (such asWebalizer, or Analog Stats) provide, read our Apparent Discrepancies in Bandwidth Usage Statistics documentation.,
|FTP Accounts||The number of FTP accounts on your cPanel account, and the total number of FTP accounts that your cPanel account allows.|
This section also lists the following information:
Server Information — A detailed list of statistics
The amount of CPU that your cPanel account currently uses, in Megabytes (MB).
The number of files and directories (inodes) that your cPanel account currently uses, and your cPanel account's inode limit.
The amount of memory that your cPanel account currently uses, in Terabytes (TB).
The number of PHP scripts that your cPanel account currently uses.
|All SQL Databases||The number of SQL databases on your cPanel account, and the maximum total number of databases that you can create. For more information about this limit, read our cPanel Interface FAQ documentation.|
|Hosting package||The name of the web hosting plan that your cPanel account uses.|
|Server Name||Your server's name.|
|cPanel Version||The version of cPanel & WHM that your server runs.|
|Theme||The version of the cPanel interface layout that your cPanel account uses.|
|Apache version||The version of the Apache server that your server runs.|
|PHP version||The version of the PHP scripting language that your server runs. Use this information when you install PHP scripts.|
|MySQL® version||The version of MySQL that your server runs. Use this information when you install MySQL databases.|
|Architecture||The type of microprocessor that powers the server.|
|Operating system||The system software that manages the server.|
|Shared IP Address|
Your domain's shared IP address, if your domain uses one.
Multiple accounts on a cPanel & WHM server may share an IP address.
|Dedicated IP Address||If your domain uses a dedicated IP address, that IP address will display.|
|Path to sendmail||The location of the |
|Path to Perl||The location of the Perl interpreter on your server. Use this information when you write Perl scripts.|
|Perl version||The version of Perl that runs on your server. Use this information when you write Perl scripts.|
|Kernel version||The version of your server’s kernel, which is the central operating system component.|
|cPanel Pro||The version of the cPanel Pro software that your server runs.|
Click Click to View to display the Server Status interface, which displays the status of the services on your server.
The Service Status interface may include the following services:
The Status column displays one of the following icons:
This section's title is the primary domain on your cPanel account.
|Addon Domains||The number of addon domains on your cPanel account, and the total number of addon domains that your hosting plan allows.|
|Subdomains||The number of subdomains on your cPanel account, and the total number of subdomains that your cPanel account allows.|
|Aliases||The number of aliases on your cPanel account, and the total number of aliases that your cPanel account allows.|
|Email Accounts||The number of email accounts on your cPanel account, and the total number of email accounts that your cPanel account allows.|
|Mailing Lists||The number of mailing lists on your cPanel account, and the total number of mailing lists that your cPanel account allows.|
|Autoresponders||The number of autoresponders on your cPanel account, and the total number of autoresponders that your cPanel account allows.|
|Forwarders||The number of forwarders on your cPanel account, and the total number of forwarders that your cPanel account allows.|
|Email Filters||The number of email filters on your cPanel account, and the total number of email filters that your cPanel account allows.|
|Disk Usage||The amount of disk space that your cPanel account occupies on the server, in Megabytes, and your cPanel account's disk space limit.|
|MySQL® Databases||The amount of disk space that your MySQL or MariaDB databases use.|
|PostgreSQL Databases||The amount of disk space that your PostgreSQL databases use.|
|Mailing Lists||The amount of disk space that your mailing lists use.|
The number of MySQL® or MariaDB databases that you have created.
The number of PostgreSQL databases on your cPanel account
Click QuickLinks, the Switch Theme and Switch Account menus, and an overview of the statistics for your cPanel account.to navigate to the Dashboard interface. This section provides access to
Click User Manager interface.to navigate to the