When you create a custom jailed shell mount, you can allow users of jailed shells to access additional directories on the server.
General Systems Administration
This document describes how to disable the Network Manager service.
This document explains how to disable prelinking.
This document describes how to disable a service.
This document provides steps to downgrade your server's local license file for testing purposes.
This document describes how to confirm whether you properly configured the disk space quotas on your system's devices.
This document explains how to get started with IPv6 on your cPanel & WHM server.
This document provides steps to help you to manage your server's hard drive space.
When accounts are too large to move with the WHM Transfers features, you can move the accounts manually.
This document describes several methods to restart the services (often daemons) on your server.
If a database user loses access to databases, you can restore the user's grants to the database with the `restoregrants` utility.
This document describes how to run the traceroute and ping utilities on different operating systems.
This document provides steps for how to set RPM targets to both the managed and unmanaged states.
This document demonstrates how to share multiple IP addresses with cPanel & WHM.
This document lists methods that you can use to transfer accounts and configurations between cPanel & WHM servers.
Disk I/O describes how long the read and write operations require on a hard disk. This document explains how to troubleshoot high disk IO problems
This document describes the steps to update various parts of your cPanel & WHM server.
This document explains WHM's Server Profiles feature.
This document details the specifics of cPanel & WHM's IPv6 support.
cPanel, L.L.C. supports the use of cPanel & WHM inside of a Linux Container (LXC). An LXC container provides an environment that resembles a standard Linux installation, but does not require a separate kernel.