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How To Clear The DNS Cache In Windows 8 and 10

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This post guides how to clear the DNS Cache in Windows 8 and 10. By removing the DNS server, all invalid addresses—whether they are out-of-date or have been modified—will be eliminated. It’s also important to keep in mind that emptying the cache is straightforward. Take these actions: Ipconfig /flushdns C: Usersusername On Windows 8 and […]

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How To Reboot The Dedicated Server or VPS Through WHM

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To reboot the dedicated server or VPS through WHM, follow the below-mentioned procedure: Step 1. Access your WHM with your credentials utilizing root details. Step 2. Go to the Server Reboot tab. Step 3. And choose one of the two options: Forceful Server Reboot: This choice will reboot your computer forcibly and may result in […]

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How to Repair a MySQL Database in cPanel

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After running a database check for mistakes or errors in cPanel, the step after that is to repair the database. The server will notify you if any errors are detected. The easy ones can be repaired immediately. You can avoid having to become deeply involved in quick database fixes thanks to this capability. You will […]

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What Are The Standard Steps To Update Nameservers

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In this post, you will learn the standard instructions for updating Nameservers. Nameservers are the DNS servers that translate domain names to IP addresses. With multiple IP addresses, they maintain and create DNS entries. On the Internet, nameservers are utilized to search for things. For every registrar, the procedures for updating Nameservers are the same. […]

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How to Install a Distribution Package in WHM

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There are many pre-installed programs on the WHM and cPanel server, and there is the option to add many more. This post describes one of WHM’s features—the capacity to implement a package for the operating-system OS distribution bundle—in contrast to the ones offered by cPanel. Here is how you can install a distribution package in […]

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PHP Script to Test MySQL Database Connectivity

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A test for MySQL database connectivity is done using the PHP script mentioned below. It results in showing the tablet names that exist within the specified database. Sample Script Here is some of the clarification of the variables used in the script above: Step 1. dbserver: Linux hosting’s (cPanel) value as localhost needs to be […]

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How to Use WHM to Download a Domain’s Raw Apache Logs

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This post will show you how you can download the Raw Apache logs from WHM for a particular account. The raw Apache logs are text files in plain text that consist of a list of all the connections that users have made to a certain domain. The Raw Apache Logs domain can be downloaded by […]

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How to Customize Plesk’s “My Extensions” interface

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My Extensions screen’s layout is completely customizable by users. You can alter the “My Extensions” display screen in Plesk by following a few simple instructions as provided in this post: Navigate to “Server Management”, under that tab choose the “Extensions” option. The extensions page will open. Now select the “My Extensions” option From the upper […]

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What is an SPF record?

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The SPF (Sender Policy Framework) record is the equivalent of a TXT record that determines which domain name has permission to send emails using the server. Curbing email spoofing is its main goal. This task is best accomplished by merging it with a DMARC record. The DNS (Domain name service) has a record of SPF […]