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I have been setting up a test server few days back by setting up MySQL , Apache and PHP from source. Though the installation all went smooth, but when I restarted apache it failed and when I checked the error logs they showed the following error : Syntax error on line xxx of /usr/local/apache/conf/httpd.conf: Cannot […]

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cPanel stands among all other hosting control panels, and the reason is that its not only easy to use for end users, its also easy to manage for server admins. The ease of use it provides to end users is through a very good and friendly gui it provides for them to manage day to […]

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Many times if you find apache processes dying in the top process list or apache failing to start completely then one of the reasons could be a log file larger than 2Gb , which is indicated by the below error in the apache error logs : child pid XXXX exit signal File size limit exceeded […]

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You may come across this error after server upgrades or server migrations. This may appear while loading WHM or you may experience this while running easyapache script or /scripts/rebuildhttpdconf The exact error that comes in easy apache case with few preceding lines is below : — Updating Apache configuration Distilled successfully read error at /usr/local/cpanel/Cpanel/Locale/Utils.pm line 126 […]

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Riz Khan on June 16th, 2010

Different type of logs keep growing on server and should be set to rotate else they can cause issue, one is that when any log file reaches 2Gb size it can commonly result in apache service failure or in general they can occupy very large disk space. To resolve this issue , Cpanel servers provide […]

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Riz Khan on April 24th, 2010

Cpanel now support the optional apache module mod_spelling using which you can have the optoin for your URLs to load even if they have one spelling mistake or there is one capitalization error, which would give non found 404 otherwise as Linux is cases senstive operating system. e.g. If you have below URL : http://yourdomain.com/yourpage.html […]

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