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How to Install KernelCare on your Vps or Dedicated Server

We will guide you through the process of installing KernelCare on your VPS or dedicated server. Before proceeding, ensure you have a valid KernelCare license. You can purchase a license from CloudLinux partners like HOGANHOST or visit the official CloudLinux website What is Kernel Care KernelCare is a security solution developed by CloudLinux that provides …

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How to Check If Your VPS or Dedicated Server Is Using SSD or HDD Disk Space

How to Check If Your VPS or Dedicated Server Is Using SSD or HDD Disk Space In the world of web hosting, the type of storage your server uses can significantly impact its performance. Whether you’re using a VPS (Virtual Private Server) or a dedicated server, knowing whether your server uses SSD (Solid State Drive) …

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How to Fix SSH Failed Permission Denied (publickey,gssapi-keyex,gssapi-with-mic)

Introduction The SSH Permission denied error appears after permission-related settings are modified on the SSH server. Usual scenarios include a new package installation or the creation of new users. In this tutorial, you will learn how to troubleshoot the SSH Permission denied error and reconnect to your SSH server. Prerequisites SSH client on the local …

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How to restrict the number of MySQL connections by users in Cpanel using SSh

Some server administrators want to restrict the number of user connections to MySQL. There needs to be a consideration of how busy a site may be and how many MySQL connections are needed. A busier site may need 25 connections and ones less active may only need 5. Just use this setting to be able …

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How to Edit the MySQL my.cnf File using Ssh

  In this guide, we’ll show you how to make changes to your database settings in the MySQL my.cnf file. For example, you may need to increase the number of max_connections or the query_cache_size value for your server. To do this, you simply log in the server via SSH and edit the my.cnf file using an editor such as Nano. This article will explain the …

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How to install MySQL Governor

                  Introduction MySQL governor is provided by CloudLinux and allows the system administrator to set LVE limits for MySQL users. Procedure 1. Install the mysql-governor package: yum install governor-mysql 2. Next the MySQL or MariaDB version will need to be selected: /usr/share/lve/dbgovernor/mysqlgovernor.py –mysql-version=mariadbXX mariadbXX  will be replaced with …

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