How to Repair the Boot Files in Windows Server 2012 R2 or 2012 R2 if the Server Won't Boot

    Posted in Windows Servers on May 10, 2019

    1. Boot to the Windows Server DVD.

    2. Open the command prompt.

      Server 2012 R2 & 2016 R2:

      If no driver is needed, press Shift-F10 to open the command prompt.

      Continue with step 3.

      Server 2008 (or 2008 R2 if a driver is required)

      Click Next at the first screen.

      lick Repair your computer.

      If no driver is needed, click Next and proceed to step vii below.

      If a driver is needed, click Load Drivers.

      Insert the media containing the needed driver.

      Note: The media can be a CD, DVD, or USB storage device

      Navigate to the folder containing the driver, select it, and click Open.

      Click Command Prompt.

    3. The co...

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    managed Cpanel cloud server

    Posted in Cloud Hosting Offers on Feb 25, 2019

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    Posted in Cloud Hosting Offers on Feb 16, 2019

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    How to change the default location for temporary backup files on Linux?

    Posted in Plesk Control Panel on Jan 26, 2019

    Connect to the server via SSH.

    Create a backup of Plesk variables' configuration file:

    # cp -a /etc/psa/psa.conf{,.bkp}

    Modify DUMP_TMP_D variable value in /etc/psa/psa.conf, so it will point to desired path:

    # grep DUMP_TMP_D /etc/psa/psa.conf
    DUMP_TMP_D /mnt/backupdrive/tmp

    Set 1777/drwxrwxrwt permissions for the new directory:

    # chmod 1777 /mnt/backupdrive/tmp

    So that the result is as follows:

    # ls -ld /mnt/backupdrive/tmp
    drwxrwxrwt 53 root root 20480 Feb 8 21:39 /mnt/backupdrive/tmp
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    How to change virtual hosts locations in Plesk for Linux

    Posted in Plesk Control Panel on Jan 26, 2019

    In Plesk for Linux, transvhosts.pl utility can be used to change the location for all virtual hosts:

    # /usr/local/psa/bin/transvhosts.pl --help

    In the following example, the location is changed to /home directory:

    # /usr/local/psa/bin/transvhosts.pl --dest-dir /home --correct-scripts

    /home is the new location which you want to set. You can define the location as per your requirement.

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    How to change the location for Plesk backup files on a Linux server ?

    Posted in Plesk Control Panel on Jan 26, 2019

    By default, all backup data is stored in the directory /var/lib/psa/dumps.

    To change the default backup location, follow these steps:

    Connect to a Plesk server via SSH.

    Create a new directory for backups. In these example, we are using /plesk_backups:

    # mkdir /plesk_backups

    Set necessary ownership for the created directory:

    # chown psaadm:psaadm /plesk_backups

    Modify the backup location in the Plesk configuration file /etc/psa/psa.conf:

    Open the file /etc/psa/psa.conf in a text editor (for example, vi editor).

    Change the value of DUMP_D to the created directory from step 2

    # Backups directory
    ...
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    How to change the default location of mailboxes in Plesk for Linux?

    Posted in Plesk Control Panel on Jan 26, 2019

    By default, Plesk stores all mailboxes in the /var/qmail/mailnames/ directory. How to change this location?

    Connect to the server using SSH

    Find what SMTP and IMAP/POP3 servers are in use:

    # /usr/local/psa/admin/bin/mailmng --features | egrep 'SMTP_Server|IMAP_POP3_Server'
    $features['SMTP_Server'] = "Postfix";
    $features['IMAP_POP3_Server'] = "Dovecot";
    $features['SMTP_Server_package'] = "postfix";
    $features['IMAP_POP3_Server_package'] = "dovecot";

    Stop the SMTP service:

    # service postfix stop

    Open the file /etc/psa/psa.conf and change the PLESK_MAILNAMES_D variable: specify a new location for ...

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    How To Reset Root Password On CentOS 7

    Posted in Linux Servers on Jan 24, 2019

    To get started, turn on the machine that you’ve forgotten the root password on. For CentOS 7 devices, you’ll be given 5 seconds at the boot menu to select the operating system kernel to boot into.

    That 5 seconds is important, because allows for admins to select different kernels or edit existing kernel parameters before booting.

    At the boot menu, press e to edit the existing kernel (Core) as shown below.

    Next, scroll down to the list until you see the line underlined below ( ro ) . What we need to do is change that ro to rw and start into a bash shell. It should look like this rw init=/sysro...

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    Create a maintenance backup plan in SQL Server 2016 R2

    Posted in Windows Servers on Jan 05, 2019

    When you create a maintenance backup plan in SQL Server 2016 R2, you must identify how you want the plan to be set up. In this example, the maintenance plan is set up with full backups, differentials, and transactions logs.

    Check SQL Server Agent service

    Verify that the SQL Server Agent service is running and set to automatic. The maintenance plan depends on this service to run.

    1. On the server, open the Run dialog box, type in services.msc and press Enter.
    2. Find the SQL Server Agent service in the list and double-click it.
    3. Click the Recovery tab and set the failure value to Restart the Service....
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    How to manage csf via command line in linux server

    Posted in Linux Servers on Jan 02, 2019

    We can install the csf firewall to secure the Linux servers. We can manage the firewall via command line easily. Please read our the following article and command structure.

    Start the firewall rules
    Csf -s

    Example: #csf -s

    Flush/Stop firewall rules (note: lfd may restart csf)
    csf -f

    Example: #csf -f

    Restart the firewall rules
    csf -r

    Example: #csf -r

    Deny an IP and add to /etc/csf/csf.deny
    csf -d 

    Example: #csf -d 103.129.97.14

    Flush all IPs from the temporary IP entries
    csf -tf

    Example: #csf -tf

    Remove an IP from the temporary IP ban or allow list
    csf -tr

    Example: #csf -tr 103.129.97.14

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