When you create an account in WHM, you can select quite a few resource limits on the account, ranging from disk space to allowing SSH access. But what if you plan on using the same settings for multiple accounts? That’s where packages come in. A package is a list of resource limits that you can assign to any account, new or old (upgrades/downgrades), without having to change the values manually.
Please note, this requires either a reseller account, VPS or dedicated server. Shared hosting plans are not allowed to create accounts, so they cannot create packages.
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Posted under cPanel Tutorials, cPanel/Linux Hosting
In my ongoing discussion and detailed articles specifically between Arvixe and Implementing SSRS, I have repeatedly mentioned that although these articles are rather specifically about Arvixe and SSRS, the final three articles have little to do with Arvixe specifically. However, since I was on a roll, why not just include them as part of this series. If you want to read prior articles then start here. Otherwise, let’s just talk about using the reports themselves. Assuming you already have a report deployed manually or through this article then running any report directly from the server (Arvixe) just follow these steps. (Which is the simplest method)
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Posted under Programming/Coding
In TomatoCart 22.214.171.124, we have improved several features to enhance the usability and user experience. There are several configurations added into the administrator panel for the enhanced features. In this article, I will illustrate them in great detail so that you could know how to set them.