This interface allows you to download NGINX's raw access logs.
This interface allows you to change which home directory stores an account.
This interface allows you to rebuild the RPM database.
This feature scans the server's bound IP addresses in order to locate IP addresses that are not linked to a domain.
You can use this feature to generate an access key, which is also known as an access hash.
This interface allows you to repair a MySQL database.
This interface allows you to repair mailbox permissions.
This interface adds or removes reseller status for existing accounts.
The Reserved IP Address Editor interface allows you to configure Apache to ignore HTTP requests on certain IP addresses.
This feature allows you to reset the password for your server's Mailman mailing list software and mailing lists.
If an account's bandwidth quota does not match the quota for the account's package, this interface enables you to reset the account's quota.
This feature allows you to reset package permissions or apply Access Control Lists (ACLs) to resellers.
The Resolver Configuration interface allows you to use a configuration wizard to edit the /etc/resolv.conf file.
Use these interfaces to restart services within the WHM interface.
This interface allows you to review your server's transfer and restore logs.
This section of the Module Installers interface allows you to manage Ruby gems from the RubyGems.org repository.
This interface runs a security scan on your server, and it advises you about how to resolve any security issues that it finds.
This interface allows you to update and manage your WHM account's security questions.
This interface displays information about your hardware configuration, such as the speed of your processor.
This interface allows you to select a server's profile, based on the service that you want the server to provide.