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2 – How to install and use CageFS with CyberPanel

CloudLinux and CageFS integration is available from CyberPanel v1.8.6. However, before using CageFS you need to be on CloudLinux OS. So before moving forward convert your CyberPanel server to CloudLinux. What is CageFS?   From the official documentation:   CageFS is a virtualized, per-user file system that uniquely encapsulates each customer, preventing users from seeing […]

1 – Convert CyberPanel server to CloudLinux OS

CloudLinux and CageFS is available with CyberPanel v.1.8.6, but before using any of its features, you need to convert your operating system to CloudLinux OS. Use commands below to convert your server to CloudLinux OS.   If you have CloudLinux activation key:   wget https://repo.cloudlinux.com/cloudlinux/sources/cln/cldeploy sh cldeploy -k <activation_key> reboot Or if you have IP […]

Auto import cPanel sites to CyberPanel

v1.8.5 and aboves provides you with utility to automatically import cPanel accounts to CyberPanel. To use this feature you need to download/upload backups to your server in any location such as /home/backup.   Once backups are downloaded execute this command to restore them:   python /usr/local/CyberCP/plogical/cPanelImporter.py –path /path/to/files This is not the path of a […]

2 – Master/Slave PowerDNS Replication on CyberPanel

CyberPanel version v1.8.5 and above have ability to configure CyberPanel as either PowerDNS Master or Slave. For more details visit changelogs. In this guide we will see how to configure CyberPanel as Master or Slave. Step 1: Configure Glue Records/Private Nameservers   Before configuring CyberPanel, you need to register Glue Records (some registerars call them […]

How to fix “Do not have sufficient permissions to access this page”

Docker binds to Unix socket by default, normally the socket is owned by root user. When CyberPanel tries to access Docker API it receive permission issue. This happens in 2 case   Either you have installed Docker Manually (via yum or apt packages) Or during installation user/group did not set up properly.   To fix […]

3 – View Website/User Resource Usage

Before reading this document you must read:   Introduction to Containerization (Website Limits) Apply Limits to Websites Once limits are applied, resource usage monitoring becomes important. You can view resource usage for any website at https://IP Of Your Server:8090/container/example.com.   We will put stress on CPU, Memory and see how limits behave during the stress. […]

2 – Apply Limits to Websites

Before reading this document you must read:   Introduction to Containerization (Website Limits)   To apply limits navigate to https://IP Of Your Server:8090/container/ . Once there click launch, so that you can manage limits for the site. Click Edit to set the limits. You will see default limits but they are not currently applied. Limits […]

1 – Introduction to Containerization (Website Limits)

Containerization feature (v1.8.0 and above required, currently only CentOS is supported) offers to limit website resources and have no link to our Docker Manager feature. With containerization you can limit various system resources for a website, cgroups are used on the back end to enforce these limits. You can limit:   CPU Usage. Memory Usage. […]

3 – Configure Backups

Before reading this document you must read:   Setup MINIO Block Storage Server. Configure MINIO Node. By the time you read this document, I assume that you have already setup MINIO Block Storage Server and Configured it in Cloud Platform. Step 1: Create Backup Plan Backup plans are starting point for your backups to MINIO […]

2 – Configure MINIO Node

MINIO Node can be configured from Cloud Platform. Register your self on cloud platform if you haven’t already, once registered you need to connect your server from here (Make sure you are on version 1.7.5 or above, you can visit upgrade instructions) Add MINIO Node Once your server is connected to Cloud Platform, you need to add at least […]

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