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Cpanel Mailman mailing lists: cannot manage lists after migrating to new host

…sed list, open a URL similar to this one, but with a ‘/’ and the right list name appended. If you have the proper authority, you can also create a new mailing list. This turned out to be a permissions issue: root@cpanel1 [/usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/bin]# ./check_perms –snip– directory permissions must be 02775: /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/mailman/…/list_domain.com/… –snip– Problems found: 2999 […]

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Recursive chmod Tricks

…Recursively chmod only directories find . -type d -exec chmod 755 {} \; Similarly, recursively set the execute bit on every directory chmod -R a+X * The +X flag sets the execute bit on directories only Recursively chmod only files find . -type f -exec chmod 644 {} \; Recursively chmod only PHP files (with […]

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Apache and MySql Performance Tuning for High Traffic WordPress Website on Cpanel

…ing frequently under load. The developer tried implementing APC Alternative PHP Cache and W3 Total Cache, but these measures turned out to be incompatible with some of the custom PHP code and the software architecture of the Cpanel server. Haphazardly implementing randomly suggested “solutions” had actually made the problems worse, resulting in an “own goal” […]

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Chris Gilligan Web Developer, Information Architect, Web Server Administrator, Media Producer web • video • print chris@chrisgilligan.net chrisgilligan.com I design and produce information and communication media for university, corporate, small business, manufacturing and non-profit clients: web sites Information architecture and design for open source content management systems Front-end UI design, HTML, PHP, LESS Linux Apache […]

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Install phpMyAdmin with SSL on CentOS, Amazon Linux, RedHat (Apache or NginX)

…r local workstation, etc.) For a hosting server with open access, you should have a login failure daemon to block offending IP addresses with multiple failed HTTP logins. ConfigServer Firewall works well, and has modules for cPanel and Webmin. OSSEC is another reactive IPTables firewall with Apache login failure IP blacklisting. For Amazon EC2, a […]

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