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How to view your cPanel disk space usage
there’s a great tool located inside of your cPanel account that can help you narrow down what’s using all of your disk space. 1.log into your cPanel account, and  locate the “Disk Usage” icon found under the “Files” pane. 2.click on the “Disk Usage” icon in cPanel, you’ll be taken to the overview page, as shown [...]
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What is KernelCare?
KernelCare is a software extension that make us able to update our kernel's security usually without needing rebooting our servers. KernelCare is a key feature of our Perpetual Security initiative. KernelCare is included on each of our Web Hosting, Reseller Hosting, VPS Hosting, Managed VPS and Managed Dedicated solutions. The main advantages of KernelCare: Fast updates No [...]
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11Jun 2017

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How to determine if your account uses CageFS?
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How to connect to SQLite using Python?
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How to connect to SQLite from the command line?
in This post we will describe how to connect to SQLite from the command line using the sqlite3 program. CONNECTING TO SQLITE FROM THE COMMAND LINE To connect to SQLite from the command line, follow these steps: 1.Log in to your account using SSH. 2.At the command line, type the following command, replacing example.db with [...]
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How to password-protect a WordPress page
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28May 2017

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How to schedule publishing a post in WordPress?
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How to enable and customize maintenance mode in WordPress?
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