How to Remove the cPanel Cache Manager

February 1, 2024 / cPanel

This tutorial outlines the steps for removing the cPanel Cache Manager from your server, which is especially helpful when uninstalling NGINX and no longer needing cache management via cPanel. Access as a “root” user is required, typically available in VPS hosting setups. 

To remove the cPanel Cache Manager, follow these steps: 

  1. Log in to the server as the root user via SSH. 
  2. Run the below command to remove the cPanel Cache Manager- 

    yum remove imh-cpanel-cache-manager 

  3. The following prompt will display; input “y” for yes, then press Enter. Remove 1 Package

    Installed size: 2.5 M 
    Is this ok [y/N]: y

  4. Upon successful removal, a message like “Complete!” will appear.
    Removed-
     
    imh-cpanel-cache-manager.noarch 0:1.0-4.el7

    Complete!

We hope this helped! Check back for more informative articles. For help, reach out to the bodHOST support team. To delete cache from Nginx in Plesk, Learn More about How to Delete Cache from Nginx in Plesk.

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