This document explains how to authenticate your server for technical support. You must authenticate your server to allow cPanel Technical Analysts secure access.
This document describes how to disable a service.
This document describes how to install the KernelCare software via the command line.
This document describes how to install or uninstall EasyApache 4 on your server.
If you obtained your cPanel & WHM license directly from cPanel, L.L.C. and experience an issue with your installation, you may need to submit a cPanel Support ticket.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to purchase a license for KernelCare from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
This document describes advanced procedures for how to install and manage the LiteSpeed Web Server on your cPanel & WHM server.
LiteSpeed Web Server is a drop-in replacement for Apache servers.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license for Imunify360 from WHM's Security Advisor interface.
cPanel & WHM servers allow you to buy a license and install CloudLinux from WHM's MultiPHP Manager interface.
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 uninstall LiteSpeed Web Server from cPanel & WHM.
This document explains how to install Nginx on a server that runs cPanel & WHM and EasyApache 4.
This document details how to secure your server.
This document describes the location of all of the log files in cPanel & WHM, Webmail, and MySQL®. This document also provides examples of each log file.
This document lists the changes that EasyApache 4 makes to your system when you migrate from EasyApache 3.
This file stores the server's system information settings.
This document lists several tips that you can use to make your cPanel & WHM server more secure.
Apache Tomcat® allows you to serve Java-based applications.
This document explains Tomcat's private instances.