You can Rebuild Apache in cPanel using the following steps:
1. Log in as the root using ssh to your server
2. Type the following commands:
# cd /scripts
3. Simply take after on-screen directions to modify Apache for CPanel server under Linux/FreeBSD OSes.
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I have just upgraded PHP version and seem it needs to rebuild apache to take affections. With a hosting control panel as directadmin or cpanel, I can rebuild Apache with some clicks but would like to do that through SSH. Is that possible?
Can anyone detail me on the steps to migrate a WordPress site ( on httpd apache ) to NGINX ( on CentOS 6 ) without dataloss and with site data remaining untouched?
Please reply if you know the solution, will be of big help
My webs hoting control panel is allowing to change webser from Apache to Reverse-proxy Nginx + Apache but what What is Reverse-proxy NGINX + Apache? Is is a combination of Nginx and Apache web server? and what Nginx web server standard alone? Can you tell me the differences?
Just wondering how people here found the differences between Apache and LiteSpeed Web Server for cPanel hosting?
I am considering the switch to one that better performance and making my clients sites load faster etc.
Are there any methods to set the notification when Apache or Mysql sever is down.
I want to have email notifications when services are down / crash, can we set any notification in plesk, directadmin or cpanel hosting panel?
What is the best web server if compared between these nginx and apache and litespeed? I am running blogs on Apache but i heard that nginx or litespeed supported cache content better than apache hence I tend to use or give them a try in the near future. Does anyone give me an advice?
For most of CMS like joomla, wordpress, drupal,..etc they have htacess file which to run rewrite rules for its web system, but if we change from Apache to Nginx web server, that could not work. What are other solutions to instead of using .htaccess for NGINX?
Can anyone give me a list of different things between Apache and Nginx? If I want to move from Nginx to Apache or vice versa then what do I need to care about?
and how to solve a problem if it has been enabled on Apache but not support completely on Nginx and vice versa?
I tried to get Let's Encrypt certificates for both my www and non-www domain names, then redirect all the requests to afa-advisory.com.
I installed certbot on my OVH VPS, then I tried many attempts to get both certificates:
1) I tried an all-in-one command:
certbot --apache -d...
To use friendly urls which setup rewrite rules in .htaccess files (eg like this: https://forumweb.hosting/13609-how-to-choose-the-best-vps-hosting-for-wordpress-sites.html) you need to enable mod_rewrite if using Apache server. Are there any way(s) to enable Apache mod_rewrite on CentOS?