This document describes several methods to restart the services (often daemons) on your server.
You can restore the user's grants to the database with the restoregrants utility.
If a database user loses access to databases, you can restore the user's grants to the database with the `restoregrants` utility.
Nameservers match domain names to IP addresses.
cPanel's PowerDNS implementation reads DNS data from the BIND files and stores DNSSEC data in a SQLite database.
This document explains the factors that determine the locale that you see when you log in to cPanel, WHM, or Webmail.
This document describes the configuration file that the InstaSite feature uses in the background to temporarily store values.
EasyApache 4 installs and manages the Apache web server and all of its components.
This document provides an overview of the improvements and benefits that EasyApache 4 provides.
EasyApache allows you to easily install and modify PHP for your server.
This document details the specifics of cPanel & WHM's IPv6 support.
WebPros International, LLC 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.
An Apache Multi-Processing Module (MPM) provides a modular approach to web server functions.
Due to various support and security reasons, we strongly recommend that you upgrade MySQL® 5.5 to MySQL 5.7.
This document explains how to install NGINX Standalone on a server that runs cPanel & WHM and EasyApache 4.
The OWASP (Open Web Application Security Project) ModSecurity CRS (Core Rule Set) is a set of rules that Apache®'s ModSecurity® module can use to help protect your server.
Package managers allow you to easily update, install, and remove packages on your system.
Perl modules allow you to extend cPanel & WHM's functionality.
PHP FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative FastCGI daemon for PHP that allows a website to handle high loads.
PHP handlers contain libraries that the Apache web server uses to interpret and run PHP code.