In this article, we will show you how to change your hostname using SSH.
Normally, we will configure the hostname of a system during the installation process. Many people are unconcerned about this and do not change the hostname, even if it was set to something ridiculous by the data center that installed the system.
Change The Hostname Through SSH
On any Linux system, we can change the hostname with the simple command ‘hostname’. Here’s an example of how to use the command line quickly.
Using SSH, log into your cPanel and run the commands below.
It will return the system’s current hostname if no parameters are given.
It will return the system’s fully eligible domain name.
It will change the system’s hostname to the new name.
The key must now be resynchronized with the cPanel licensing server.
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