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How to restore a domain from Web Host Manager - WHM
One need to perform below mentioned steps to restore a domain from available backup:

1) Login into WHM – Web Host Manager
2) Click on restore backups from backup menu.
3) Select type of backup like daily, weekly or monthly to restore the domain.
4) Select a user to restore the domain.
5) Check the checkbox against the require actions:

* Recreate Account
* Give IP Address (only if recreating)
* Restore Sub-domain Entries
* Restore Mail Config
* Restore MySQL DBs

6) Click on start
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How to park a domain from WHM
One need to perform below mentioned steps to park a domain on hosted domain:

1) Login into Web Host Manager.
2) Click on park a domain from DNS Functions.
3) Enter the domain which need to park.
4) Select the domain from the list on which one need to park a domain.
5) Click on submit.
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How to move domain from one linux server to another using WHM
Below mentioned are the steps to transfer a domain from one linux server to another using WHM:

1. Login to your WHM panel
2. On the transfer menu you can choose any option from one of the two.
A. Copy an account from another server.
B. Copy an account from another server with account password.

A. Copy an account from another server:

I. Click on copy an account from another server.
II. On the Authentication we will need to enter the username as root and the password and select the ra
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How to set maximum email sending limit for a domain from WHM – Linux server
In order to set maximum email sending limit for a particular domain one need to perform below mentioned steps:

1) Login into WHM of Linux server.
2) Click on Tweak Settings.
3) Go to “The maximum each domain can send out per hour” option and set the limit in text box upon requirement.
4) Click on Save to complete the process.

Note: To set unlimited email one need to provide value as 0.
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How to change the IP address of a domain in WHM
1) Login to Web Host Manager.
2) Go to Account Function--> Change site’s IP address.
3) Select the IP from list of available IP’s.
4) Click on save.
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How to check AWSTATS for the domain from cPanel
1. Login to cPanel using username and password.
2. Click on Web/FTP Statistics
3. Click on Awstats
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How to set domain forwarding from cPanel
1. Login to cPanel using username and password.
2. Click on Parked domains.
3. Enter the domain name (Registered) on the New domain name section.
4. Click on Add domain.
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How to download Raw Access Logs of the domain: cPanel
One can download Raw Access Logs of the domain from their cPanel – Control Panel via below mentioned steps:

1) Login into the cPanel
2) Click on Raw Log Manager.
3) Click on File which on need to download.

Generally, Raw Logs are saved on daily basis. One can download the logs upon the required dates.
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How to enable .jsp support for domain
Login to the server via SSH and fire the commands below

root@server [~]# /scripts/addservlets –domain.com

Now, if you want to remove the servlets for the domain you can use the command below

root@server [~]# /scripts/remservlets –domain.com

Restart the tomcat on the server once.

You can try uploading the .jsp pages under the account and check.
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Linux setting hostname and domain name of my server
Q. I would like to change hostname and domain name for my Linux server. Where can I set the local hostname and domain name of my server?

A. You can use hostname command to show or set the system's host name and dnsdomainname command to show the system's DNS domain name. But the changes are temporary if you use these commands.

Local hostname and domain name of your server defined in text configuration located in /etc directory.

If you are using Red Hat or Fedora Linux

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