Category Archives: Control Panels

cPanel autoresponders and mailer-daemon

Autoresponders can cause unneccessary strain on WHM/cPanel admins and have them spend time on deleting unwanted emails. A higher than usual rate of undeliverable email can be a sign of spam activity and there is already a mechanism in WHM/cPanel … Continue reading

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JBoss hosting with multiple websites and web applications

JBoss 7 allows for easy hosting of multiple domains with each of them serving different web application in arbitrary context. Here we show how to do it with JBoss 7. Check out other articles for similar tutorials for Tomcat, Glassfish … Continue reading

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Custom error pages and handlers in Tomcat and cPanel

Custom error pages may help you to unify look of all content served by your website no matter if it is served by Tomcat, by Apache or both. In our environment error pages are either served by Apache webserver or … Continue reading

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How to connect with PgAdminIII to PostgreSQL with SSH tunnel

On a cPanel server remote connections to PostgreSQL server are disabled by default. See how to leverage SSH tunnel and connect with PgAdminIII and Putty. 1. SSH tunnel with Windows and Putty If your key-based connection works fine (refer ‘Steps … Continue reading

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How to connect with Putty using key based authentication – screenshots

On a cPanel server where password login is not allowed you will need to use SSH key. Follow this guide to have key based SSH connection set up in Putty. For SSH access from Windows we recommend PuTTY and PuTTYgen … Continue reading

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Web application (WAR) deployment on shared hosting server

3 simple steps (prepare DB, update DB credentials, upload WAR) explained in detail to have your web application (WAR) deployed and made accessible on our shared hosting servers. For our guide we will use database based, WAR packaged application. It … Continue reading

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Install node.js on a cPanel based shared hosting account

See how to install node.js on a cPanel account alongside your JVM and appserver. Node.js is event-driven, asynchronous I/O server-side JavaScript environment based on V8 engine. For Centos 6 version scroll to the bottom. On request you will be assigned … Continue reading

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Mapping Apache to Tomcat and other application servers at JVM Host

We provide our clients with ability to map selected URLs or URL patterns to their application servers so that they could use Java and other language based applications in parallel from 1 account. An example is to have Drupal PHP … Continue reading

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How to use SSL certificates with Java, Tomcat and cPanel?

In Java hosting there are 2 basic ways you can secure data flow to/from your application server. Get dedicated IP and setup SSL certificate for your domain in cPanel. This will secure any requests to your domain on HTTPS port, … Continue reading

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