Category Archives: Server Management

Update VestaCP PHP to 7.2 on CentOS 7

VestaCP install PHP 5.6 by default. PHP 7.2 provide better performance than PHP 5.6. Here I will tech you how you can upgrade your PHP to 7.2. Before continue must sure Remi repository is enabled. First let’s make sure your server is up to date. sudo yum update We’ll also check what version of PHP… Read More »

Changing VestaCP Default Port

VestaCP by default run on 8083 port. For better security, you can easily change the default port 8083 to any port. In this port I will show you how you can change the VestaCP 8083 port. Edit VestaCP Config File Run the following command. # nano /usr/local/vesta/nginx/conf/nginx.conf Find the following line # Vhost server {… Read More »

Upgrade MariaDB 5.5 to MariaDB 10.2 on VestaCP Centos 7 Server

Here I will show you how you can upgrade you MariaDB 5.5 to 10.2. VestaCP install MariaDB 5.5 by default. Before upgrading MariaDB, backup your database for safety.  Let’s get started… Adding the repository nano /etc/yum.repos.d/MariaDB.repo Insert the following texts & save. # Used to install MariaDB 10 instead of default 5.5 # http://mariadb.org/mariadb/repositories/ [mariadb]… Read More »

How to install VestaCP control panel

VestaCP is a free & open source hosting control panel. It’s very lightweight & require less resources. Personally i use VestaCP. The performance of VestaCP is great. You can select which services you need during installations. Features of VestaCP Web Server (Apache, Apache Nginx as Reverse Proxy, Nginx PHP-FPM) DNS server Database Server Mail Server… Read More »

How to Install cPanel/WHM on CentOS 7

cPanel is the most popular Linux based web hosting control panel. It’s a commercial control panel. You have to pay for it. It provides a graphical user interface to easily manage and host multiple websites on a single VPS or dedicated server. With the help of it’s powerful GUI we can easily perform most of the… Read More »