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How to create subdomain outside public_html in cPanel? Easy Steps

In cPanel, to create subdomain outside public_html is possible only if our host allows for it. As part of our cPanel/WHM support service, HOGANHOST responds to all inquiries, no matter how trivial. Let’s examine in greater detail how our Support team creates a subdomain outside of public html. How to create subdomain outside public_html in cPanel? The default …

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Transferring a suspended cpanel account can result in the following warning

Transferring a suspended cpanel account can result in the following warning: A non-fatal error occurred during rsync streaming: Partial transfer due to error Question When transferring a suspended account from one WHM server to another, you may receive the following message in either the Transfer Tool (upon Restore) or the Review Transfers and Restores (Review …

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How to enable PDO PHP extension for all PHP versions in cPanel/WHM?

Today, in this tutorial we will illustrate the procedure to enable PDO PHP extension for all PHP versions in cPanel/WHM. In this tutorial, we will learn the following: #1. How to Enable PDO PHP Extension in WHM? To enable PHP extension in WHM, follow the below mentioned steps. Login to WHM as root. Navigate to Software section and …

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How to Disable ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY in MySQL Using SSH

                  MySQL’s ONLY_FULL_GROUP_BY mode is a SQL mode that, when enabled, requires all columns in the SELECT clause to be either aggregated or included in the GROUP BY clause. While this mode helps enforce strict SQL standards and prevents potentially ambiguous queries, it can sometimes interfere with …

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Reset File and Folder Permissions and Ownership for a user account in Cpanel

Reset File and Folder Permissions and Ownership for a user account in Cpanel Use this script to reset the permissions and ownership of files and folders on a Cpanel user account. This script will iterate through a users Cpanel account files in public_html and set the folder to 0755 and files to 0644. Why Use …

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