Tools

How to use Find

The find command is a wonderfully useful tool that allows you to find files or folders by searching for...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >

How to use ps

The command ps reports a snapshot of a system’s current processes. The ps command is very useful at getting...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >

Digging Into Exim Mail Logs With Exigrep

Perhaps a particular domain on your cPanel server has stopped receiving e-mail. Or, an address on your domain is...

Sep 8 · 2 min read >

How To: Check PHP Modules With phpinfo

Say your PHP application is unable to load a needed PHP module. The first thing to check is to...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >

CSF: Config Server Firewall Installation

An alternative firewall to APF is the Config Server Firewall, or CSF. CSF is generally considered a more advanced...

Sep 8 · 5 min read >

Why Is Most of My Memory Being Used?

Often we hear a lot of customers asking why, when their server is largely idle, much of their RAM...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >

Featured Freeware: MTR

Featured Freeware highlights some of the sxi.io Web staff’s favorite free software. This week we are covering a treasured...

Sep 8 · 3 min read >

Enable Remote MySQL Connections in cPanel

Remote MySQL connections are disabled by default in cPanel servers because they are considered a potential security threat. Using...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >

How To: Upgrade Apache and PHP using cPanel’s Easyapache

Note: Please note that this article is considered legacy documentation because EasyApache 3 has reached its end-of-life support. If...

Sep 8 · 1 min read >