How to speed up your site using LiteSpeed Cache and LiteSpeed WordPress Plugin?

LiteSpeed Cache for WordPress (LSCWP) is an all-in-one site acceleration plugin, featuring an exclusive server-level cache and a collection of optimization features. LSCWP supports WordPress Multisite and is compatible with most popular plugins, including WooCommerce, bbPress, and Yoast SEO. To use LiteSpeed Exclusive Features, you must have LiteSpeed Web Server Installed (2 CPU license or … Read moreHow to speed up your site using LiteSpeed Cache and LiteSpeed WordPress Plugin?

WordPress update failed! Stuck in WordPress Maintenance Mode or Getting Blank Page?

What is WordPress Maintenance Mode? When you update theme, plugins and wordpress core files, by default wordpress put a .maintenance file under document root folder like /public_html if your installation under public_html. If it’s addon domain, you will find under addon domain folder. The update can take only few seconds. If the update stuck and … Read moreWordPress update failed! Stuck in WordPress Maintenance Mode or Getting Blank Page?

Reset wordpress password using phpmyadmin

reset wordpress password using phpmyadmin

After installing WordPress, it’s essential to know the easy wordpress password reset using phpmyadmin. If your website hacked or you forgot the pass and recovery system doesn’t work, reset using phpmyadmin is the only way you can reset your WordPress site’s password. Let see how we can easily do it. Reset wordpress password   Go … Read moreReset wordpress password using phpmyadmin

How to fix repquota “No such file or directory””

Sometimes we see following error for corruption in one or more of the virtfs mounts. repquota: Cannot resolve mountpoint path (deleted)/home/virtfs/myuser/home/myuser: No such file or directory We can fix this issue by following method. grep -i username /proc/mounts you should get something like: /dev/sdb1 \040(deleted)/home/virtfs/username/home/username ext4 rw,relatime,barrier=1,data=ordered,jqfmt=vfsv0,usrjquota=quota.user 0 0 The path in the result is … Read moreHow to fix repquota “No such file or directory””

How to reset/change Litespeed webserver admin password?

Sometimes we need to change Litespeed admin password. So how can we do that? Steps 1: Log into the server via SSH. Run following command to change password cd /usr/local/lsws/admin/misc ./admpass.sh Now It will ask admin user name. It should be admin or if use any other user name write it. Then, enter the password. … Read moreHow to reset/change Litespeed webserver admin password?

How to Fix cPanel fatal: Cannot upgrade due to insufficient disk space.

If you are getting following error message when your system want to upgrade cPanel. It won’t upgrade because your disk usages is full. —– The last attempt to update cPanel & WHM was blocked. Please correct these issues and rerun updates. fatal: Cannot upgrade due to insufficient disk space. Detected ?GB. You will need at … Read moreHow to Fix cPanel fatal: Cannot upgrade due to insufficient disk space.

How to block/prevent xmlrpc.php attack?

The brute-force attacks against WordPress have always been very common. In fact, the brute force against any CMS these days is a common occurrence, what is always interesting however are the tools employed to make it happen. In CPanel servers that have WordPress websites, sometimes reported with “xmlrpc.php” which shows that high CPU usages. xmlrpc.php … Read moreHow to block/prevent xmlrpc.php attack?

How to clear/remove CryptoPHP PHP malware

CryptoPHP is the name the researchers have given to the malware that’s delivered with the compromised components, and the backdoor has a number of capabilities. It carries with it several hardcoded domains for command-and-control communications and uses RSA encryption to protect its communications with the C2 servers. Some versions also have a backup ability to … Read moreHow to clear/remove CryptoPHP PHP malware

How to enable SPF and DKIM in cPanel

SPF and DKIM are system setup to help your mail reputation by signing the email via the DNS system, to prove that the email came from your domain legitimately. 1 Log into your cPanel. 2 Under the ‘Mail‘ title, click onto ‘Email Authentication‘. 3 Under ‘DKIM‘ and ‘SPF‘ headings, if the ‘Status‘ options are not … Read moreHow to enable SPF and DKIM in cPanel