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Backup / Re: Any way to use Amazon S3 for remote backups?
« on: November 03, 2016, 03:39:34 PM »
I wrote a way to backup to B2 Backblaze, which is way cheaper and a better deal than Amazon S3

How to / How to backup CWP server to B2 Backblaze
« on: November 03, 2016, 03:36:35 PM »
How to backup CWP to B2 Backblaze

I wrote a long article/guide on how to completely backup your server (CWP, files, Mysql databases, everything), compress it, encrypt it, and then upload it to B2 Backblaze (Which is WAY Cheaper than Amazon S3)

You can read it here,

I hope you guys will enjoy the guide and find it useful. Perhaps the CWP admin team can take the guide and make a simple addon to the CWP panel do automate the process. Would be nice wouldn't it? :D

Installation / Re: CWP Version
« on: October 10, 2016, 06:21:11 PM »
I'm not sure about doing it with Shell, But I know you can login with any CWP user and scroll to bottom-right side and see the current version.

How to / Re: How to Optimize CWP (Collecting Ideas)
« on: September 15, 2016, 01:57:17 PM »
Depending on the forum software, you could easily use a CDN to optimize for speed.

Xenforo -

I highly suggest using Cloudflare. It will greatly reduce your DNS loading time, as well as, serve as a free CDN for static files like JS, CSS, and images.

Also use PHP 7 if at all possible. It speeds up execution a lot!
Upgrade from Mysql 5 to MariaDB 10 is a way to speed up mysql queries.

PHP / Re: Use PHP 7 for the Centos Web Panel
« on: September 15, 2016, 01:28:11 PM »

if php7 will default php version there will be many problems for me. My plugins not supporting 7 yet. So im using 5.6. Choose php 7 from php selector..

It would be default php7 for the panel only  ;) not for your websites on the server. JUST the CWP panel. So that it runs faster and more secured  ;D Default php version for websites can still be 5.x since we can always update to 7.x if we want with the php selector.

Suggestions / Use Rainloop instead of Roundcube
« on: September 12, 2016, 03:46:24 PM »
Anybody that is using Varnish cache may run into issues with Roundcube messing up.. Well have no fear! I had the same issue.

So I switched from Roundcube to Rainloop ( and works flawlessly.

After installing it, put this in your default.vcl and restart Varnish Server. It worked for me!

It's way more modern and has a better design to it than Roundcube to me.

sub vcl_recv {

if (req.url ~ "^/rainloop") {
          return (pass);
if (!(req.url ~ "rainloop")) {
unset req.http.cookie;
if (req.url ~ "rainloop") {


sub vcl_hash {
 if(req.url !~ "^/(rainloop).*$" ){
    set req.url = regsuball(req.url,"\?.*$","");

sub vcl_fetch {
        if (req.url ~ "^/rainloop") {
    return (hit_for_pass);

PHP / Re: Use PHP 7 for the Centos Web Panel
« on: September 12, 2016, 03:37:44 PM »
Any update on this implementation?

PHP / Re: Use PHP 7 for the Centos Web Panel
« on: August 10, 2016, 02:57:39 PM »
And the sooner the better;)

Because latest phpymyadmin 4.6.3 requires newer version of PHP above what CWP currently is running.

Apache / Re: how to Rebuild Apache (compiler) via ssh in CWP
« on: August 08, 2016, 01:32:38 PM »
Here are my suggestions

1) Try rebooting server via ssh
2) Try "service cwpsrv restart" via ssh (Restarting CWP service)
3) Try "service httpd restart" via ssh (Restarting apache)

After you've tried those three and still won't work, maybe admin can help you.

PHP / Re: Use PHP 7 for the Centos Web Panel
« on: August 08, 2016, 02:31:39 AM »
Awesomeness. Let us know via changelog please once you guys add it :) That hasn't been touched (changelog) in a while now. Been way more than 5 updates lol

Information / Re: Resource usage monitor
« on: August 07, 2016, 12:36:51 AM »
this are cloudlinux graphs about resource usage so you need to have a cloudlinux for that

Maybe so, but I'm not talking about the graphs above.

I'm referring to what you put at the bottom of the "features" page of CWP, the Resource monitoring.
I'm saying when you guys make that, you should include graphs that may look like what's on this topic.  ;) Graphs help understand the numbers better. And well, are just custom for monitoring things.

Suggestions / Re: Google Authenticator
« on: August 06, 2016, 04:31:25 PM »
Surprised the team didn't consider this already!

Two-step auth is very important for security!!

For example, let's say a hacker did find a way to figure out your password to the server, you are still safe because they can't access your panel without your phone.

And if you're thinking "Well he has my root password, he could just use SSH" then simply change from password auth for ssh, to SSH Keys, then you're fine :)

But really CWP, we should add Authy/Google Auth 2 step auth to the CWP panel for both Root and User accounts. It will be an optional feature, but one that is needed. Make sure there are "backup codes" that can be generated too incase we lose our phones or what not; and that they are NOT stored on the server since that would compromise security. They need to be generated and emailed/printed off; then delete it from the server somehow. Not sure how you guys will do it, but you're geniuses :D

Keep up the amazing work on this panel!  8)

PHP / Use PHP 7 for the Centos Web Panel
« on: August 06, 2016, 04:22:27 PM »
Okay Igor and CWP Team.

Super glad you guys added the PHP selector option.

Now how about we get the actual CWP Panel running on php 7 as well? :)
We know it is using the PHP5 version, so why not upgrade and enjoy the sweet speed benefits of it?  ;D

Information / Re: Resource usage monitor
« on: August 06, 2016, 04:19:13 PM »
I think he is asking to create a module that will create graphs and monitor the cpu load, ram load, bandwidth transfer, for a particular date set (like 1 month, 1 week, last 24 hours, etc)

This is something cPanel can do, and would greatly enhance the user functionality of CWP.

Agreed, we need some graph making modules for CWP with Load logs.

Installation / Re: Mysql Root Password
« on: July 14, 2016, 04:06:44 PM »
It's in a file called my.cnf inside the /root folder on your server



Your Root mysql password is there.

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