This script allows you to manage the task queue system.
This interface allows you to configure the upcp, backup, and cpbackup scripts' cron jobs on your server.
This interface attempts to copy a cPanel account from a remote server with a non-root password.
The interface allows you to open a ticket with cPanel's Technical Support.
This interface allows you to configure a DNS cluster and add servers to an existing DNS cluster.
This interface allows you to configure a reseller's ability to access certain privileges via Access Control Lists (ACLs).
This interface enables you to email every cPanel user simultaneously.
The interface uses the server authentication details in your ticket to automatically provide Support with SSH access to your server.
Use this interface to allow or deny (block) access to services for specific IP addresses.
The Initial Quota Setup interface scans your server to confirm that it uses disk space quotas on the directories in which your cPanel users store their files.
RPM® (RPM Package Manager) refers to a software format, the software that the RPM package contains, and the package management system.
Use this interface to install an SSL certificate on a domain, subdomain, or addon domain.
This interface allows you to add, import, and manage the SSH keys on your server.
This document describes the two reboot interfaces.
This interface displays information about cPanel & WHM’s task queue in real time.
This script manages the backup restoration queue.
In cPanel & WHM version 58, we created a PHP patch that forces an EasyApache 4 system to read its php.ini files in the same order as an EasyApache 3 system.
The cpupdate.conf file on your server determines how cPanel & WHM updates your system.
The Domain TLS system stores and manages the server's verified certificates in a domain-indexed repository.
Yellowdog Updater, Modified (yum) allows you to easily update, install, and remove RPM packages on your system.