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Windows SSH Mount How To

Sshmount in Windows for your Cloud Storage needs. First login to http://my.hivelocity.net go to Services & Hardware, next click the Cloud Storage button at the top. Once you are in the Cloud Storage page you will see Login Details. You will need your Login Details to mount your Cloud Storage in Windows.   Install .net […]

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Ubuntu Cloud Storage SSH Mount How To

How to mount Cloud Storage using sshmount on Ubuntu. First login to http://my.hivelocity.net go to Services & Hardware, next click the Cloud Storage button at the top. Once you are in the Cloud Storage page you will see Login Details. You will need your Login Details to mount your Cloud Storage in Ubuntu. Keep them […]

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Windows Duplicati Cloud Storage How To

How to backup your Windows Server using Duplicati and Cloud Storage. First login to http://my.hivelocity.net go to Services & Hardware, next click the Cloud Storage button at the top. Once you are in the Cloud Storage page you will see Login Details. You will need your Login Details to setup Duplicati. Keep them handy for […]

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cPanel Backup Cloud Storage How To

How to use Cloud Storage to backup up your cPanel Server. First login to http://my.hivelocity.net go to Services & Hardware, next click the Cloud Storage button at the top. Once you are in the Cloud Storage page you will see Login Details. You will need your Login Details to setup cPanel backups so keep them […]

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How to install Zimbra 8 on CentOS 6

Zimbra 8 is a Free Email Server and is considered an Exchange replacement. Zimbra has an easy to use Web GUI that will allow you to manage your email efficiently. Here are the steps to take when installing Zimbra a Free VPS or Dedicated Server 1. Install CentOS 64 bit minimal install. You can use […]

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Minecraft Server Buying Guide

By: Jason Sayre When shopping for a Minecraft server, you’re often presented with servers traditionally meant  for one thing: hosting websites. By now, you’re used to running a java heavy server application that eats ram like candy. Your hosting company may not be used to these types of applications and may need specific instructions and […]

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How to do Backups in WHM.

  NOTE:  If you want Hivelocity to set up your backup you must purchase our R1Soft Continuous Data Protection service.  Otherwise, even with Managed Services, Hivelocity does not setup, or take responsibility for your backups.   To setup backups in WHM/cPanel, we first suggest you use a 2nd drive to place all your backups on. Placing […]

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How to change the root password from WHM

 How to change root password from WHM? You can change the root password of server from WHM using below steps: 1. Login to WHM. (http://yourserverip:2086) or (https://yourserverip:2087) or (http://yourserverip/whm) 2. Click on change root password under server configuration. 3. Provide new password or you can click on Generate password button to generate it by system. […]

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Maximum file limit has been reached on your server.

Please refer the following steps to rectify the above issue. Login into server as a root and edit the file called /etc/sysctl.conf vi /etc/sysctl.conf Add the line there as follows: fs.file-max = 22992 Save and exit from the file. In order to apply these changes execute the command: # sysctl –p This will increase the […]

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How to Prevent Hotlinking in Lighttpd ?

HotLinking is something using which you can display an image, which you have seen on someone else’s site, on your site. Bandwidth in this case will depend on the amount of data downloaded from the site to the user’s end. So when you will display your site, you are using that site’s bandwidth and not […]

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How to disable Core Dumps on the dedicated server?

Please refer the following steps: 1. Login to your server as root. 2. Open up /etc/init.d/httpd using your favorite editor vi /etc/init.d/httpd 3. add ulimit -c 0 below ulimit –n 4. Save and exit 5. Restart Apache service.

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Steps to resolve the error ‘Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist”

After plesk upgrade  or  with newly installed plesk , if you are not able to set the passwords for the new database users or not able to do any kind of activity with the database users and mysql error log shows [ERROR] Can’t open and lock privilege tables: Table ‘mysql.servers’ doesn’t exist Then here are […]

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How to enable mysql port on your linux dedicated server?

Please refer the following steps: 1. Login to your server as root. 2. Edit csf configuration file using the following command: vi /etc/csf/csf.conf 3. Search the line : # Allow incoming TCP ports TCP_IN = “20,21,22,25,26,53,80,110,143,443,465,587,993,995, 2077,2078,2082,2083,2086,2087,2095,2096,28900,2896 0,28970,28860,49030,3333″ 4. Add the port no 3306 for mysql in this line. # Allow incoming TCP ports TCP_IN […]

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What are Steps to Install CSF (ConfigServer Security & Firewall)?

Please refer the following steps to install CSF firewall on your server: Step a : SSH into your server Step b : Download CSF from “http://www.configserver.com/free/csf.tgz” wget http://www.configserver.com/free/csf.tgz Step c : You must now extract the downloaded file tar -xzf csf.tgz Step d : After the extraction, you must proceed with installing csf using the […]

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How to Manage Large Log Files?

When the system log file increases it means that there is some issue associated software or applications. In that case simply check the latest activities in the system log file. For that login to your server and execute the following command: tail /var/log/logfile-name If the issue is not encountered from the latest activities, you can […]

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