For cPanel & WHM 11.42
If you have questions,
/etc/wwwacct.conf file contains the most basic setup instructions for cPanel & WHM. This includes the hostname, nameservers, and some other important information that cPanel servers require. After you install cPanel & WHM, you can find and edit most of this information in the Basic cPanel & WHM Setup interface ( Home >> Server Configuration >> Basic cPanel & WHM Setup ).
Preconfigure the /etc/wwwacct.conf file
To set the configuration of the
/etc/wwwacct.conf file before you install cPanel & WHM, perform the following steps:
With your preferred editor, create the
/etc/wwwacct.conffile as the
With one entry per line, list all of the parameters that appear in the table below.
You must include all of the parameters that are listed in the table below in your
/etc/wwwacct.conffile, even if you do not wish to specify a value for a parameter.
Specify the values that you wish to configure. Separate each key and its value with a space. For example:
The following table contains all of the parameters that you must include in your
|Your server's default IP address.|
|The system administrator's email address. This address will receive notifications of account creation or termination, service status information, and several other events.|
|The number to which you wish the server to send SMS notifications.|
|The default cPanel theme that you wish to use.|
|The default ethernet device. This should normally be |
|The path to the default home directory.|
|A string that the user will use to determine which partitions to use as home directories for new accounts. (For example, a value of |
The Apache log format that you wish to use.
|The minimum UID for cPanel created accounts. The default value is |
|Nameservers to add to DNS zones by default. You must configure at least the |
|The default TTL value that DNS zones will use.|
|Defines whether a |