Besides using NAT for accessing the internet with multiple machines using a single IP address, there are many other uses of NAT. One of them is to forward all traffic that is sent to a certain TCP port to another host. In practice, this technique can be used to test a service on a new host without adjusting anything on the client. The users or the clients do not need to be pointed to a new machine in order to test it. When the test would be unsuccessful, removing the NAT-rule is all it takes to switch back.
N.B. PHP 5.3 has not been supported now for almost 3 years, the best approach really would be to port any code over to a newer version, as the provided versions in EA4 are having fixes backported into them.
Before InnoDB, indexes would get corrupted, updates meant table locks—not just row locks, and there was no support for transactions. Since the advent of InnoDB we’ve come a long way. Sites that don’t use InnoDB are missing out on performance and stability gains. As part of our Launch Check for new sites, we check the engineRead more about Convert MySQL Tables From MyISAM to InnoDB[…]
With the recent release of cPanel & WHM version 58 there has been the addition of an AutoSSL feature, this tool can be used to automatically provide Domain Validated SSLs for domains on your WHM & cPanel servers. Initially this feature was released with support provided for only cPanel (powered by Comodo) based SSLRead more about Enabling Let’s Encrypt for AutoSSL on Cpanel Servers[…]
Hello how to install imagemagick for php 7 Cpanel just Follow these steps : Code: yum install ImageMagick ImageMagick-devel pcre-devel Once you do that, try reinstalling the PECL module for each version of PHP used on the system. For example, with PHP 7: Code: /opt/cpanel/ea-php70/root/usr/bin/pecl uninstall imagick /opt/cpanel/ea-php70/root/usr/bin/pecl install imagick Thank you.
After all these years of using Cpanel, I finally have had a disaster using Easyapache.
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