How to install cPanel & WHM
The rpm.versions system manages many of the RPMs on your cPanel & WHM server.
This document describes the system requirements for your cPanel & WHM installation.
This document describes how to customize your cPanel & WHM installation.
This document describes how to troubleshoot problems with your cPanel & WHM installation.
This document describes how to install cPanel DNSOnly™ on your server.
This document provides some helpful links to view after you install cPanel & WHM.
When you install cPanel & WHM, the installer will detect whether your server resides on a NAT-configured network.
This document explains the differences between account suspension, bandwidth limiting, and account termination.
EasyApache 4 provides several ways for you to customize your Apache configuration.
To improve future compatibility within the cPanel & WHM codebase, we eliminated the use of hardcoded paths to refer to Apache files and directories.
The mod_brotli Apache module provides compression for the Apache HTTP server.
The mod_cpanel Apache module replaces the _Optimize .htaccess (AllowOverride)_ feature.
This module provides DoS, DDoS, and brute force attack protection.
The mod_fcgid Apache module provides an alternative module to the mod_cgi Apache module.
The mod_http2 Apache module provides HTTP/2 support for the Apache HTTP server.
Apache servers that use the `prefork` MPM with fewer server instances than the maximum number of PHP-FPM child processes may experience performance issues. This document explains how to resolve this dependency issue.
The AutoConfigure (AutoConfig) and Autodiscover services quickly and easily configure a user's mail client to receive their cPanel email.
Due to various support and security reasons, cPanel, L.L.C. will automatically upgrade MySQL® 5.5 to MySQL 5.7 on customer servers that run cPanel & WHM version 78.
Installing cPanel & WHM from a templated environment reduces your setup time so that you can spend more time on your website, not your server.