For cPanel & WHM 11.48
This documentation describes the WHM interface and how you can use it to manage your server.
- Keyboard Shortcuts in WHM — This document details the keyboard navigation in WHM. The shortcuts help users navigate the left menu with their keyboard.
WHM Home interface
The WHM Home interface contains most of the features that server owners use regularly.
- cPanel & WHM Glossary — This document reviews a number of essential terms used in the WHM documentation.
Additional WHM interfaces
These documents describe additional WHM interfaces.
- Initial Setup Wizard — This document describes the steps in the Initial Setup wizard, which runs the first time that you access WHM.
- WHM News — The News link at the top of the WHM interface provides up-to-date information about your server.
- Change Log — This document provides information about the Change Log link provided at the top of the WHM interface. This feature tracks and lists changes in our software.
Files, directories, and processes
- Backup Tarball Contents — This document provides information about the structure and contents of the backup tarball file.
- The cPanel & WHM Update Configuration File — /etc/cpupdate.conf — Each line of the
/etc/cpupdate.conffile specifies how cPanel & WHM updates a certain aspect of the system.
- The Quota File Systems Configuration File — /var/cpanel/noquotafs — The
/var/cpanel/noquotafsfile allows you to exclude specific file types from cPanel & WHM's quota system.
- The cpanel.config File — The
/var/cpanel/cpanel.configfile stores all of the settings that are available in WHM's Tweak Settings interface (Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings), as well as some additional configuration settings.
- The cpanelsync.exclude File — This document details how to add files to the
- The failurls File — The
failurlsfile, located at
/var/cpanel/failurls, is a list of locations where resellers can redirect users who fail to authenticate with cPanel through custom login forms.
- Guide to Horde Data Behavior — This guide details the changes that are made when you upgrade from Horde Webmail 1.2, as well as the new behavior after you upgrade.
- The rpm.versions System — This documentation describes the functionality of cPanel's rpm.versions system.
- — WHM allows you to specify the maximum number of emails that a particular domain can send per hour.
- How to Restore Database Grants – This document details how to restore MySQL® and PostgrSQL database grants.
- Select a PHP Binary — The cPanel Server Daemon (
cpsrvd) must know the path to the specific PHP binary you wish to use to process PHP scripts.
- The splitlogs Binary — The
/usr/local/cpanel/bin/splitlogsutility allows you to fine-tune your resource and performance trade-offs when you create Apache logs.
- The Task Queue System in cPanel & WHM — This document details cPanel & WHM's task queue system.
- Third-Party Software — This document provides a list of third-party software that cPanel & WHM includes and manages.
- cPanel PHP — This document lists the PHP modules, PEAR packages, and PECL modules that cPanel & WHM includes.
- Perl Module Installation — This document provides instructions to install custom Perl modules on your cPanel & WHM server.
- The cpconftool Script — This script backs up and restores the Exim configuration file and the
- WHM Scripts — This document provides a brief lists of scripts that are available to you in the
/usr/local/cpanel/scriptsdirectory when cPanel & WHM is installed.
- /bin/view_transfer — You can use this script to check the status of and monitor transfer sessions.
- /scripts/pkgacct — Package a cPanel account — You can use the
pkgacctscript to create a
cpmovearchive for a specified account.
- /scripts/restorepkg — Restore a cPanel account — You can use the
restorepkgscript to restore a backup archive for a specified account.
- The cpipv6 Script — You can use the
/etc/init.d/cpipv6script to disable, enable, or list IPv6 addresses.
- The dbmaptool Script — You can use the
dbmaptoolscript to grant ownership of databases and database users to a cPanel user.
- The is_script_stuck Script — You can use this script to check how long a script's current PID has run, and choose to kill the process.
- The /scripts/killacct Script — The
/scripts/killacctscript allows you to terminate cPanel accounts from the command line.
- The /bin/spf_installer Script — The
/bin/spf_installerscript allows you to add SPF records to a cPanel user's accounts.
- The swapip Utility — The
swapiputility allows you to specify parameters from the command line in order to update nameserver records.
- The /usr/local/cpanel/scripts/proxydomains Script — The
/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/proxydomainsscript allows you to create the DNS records for a cPanel or Webmail account from the command line.
- The set_hostname Utility — The
/usr/local/cpanel/bin/set_hostnameutility updates the server's hostname, and performs all of the necessary actions to apply this change throughout the system.
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