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How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel

How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel So if you are working with Mautic 3.1 like we are as of today, and you are installing modules that connect to the Mautic API, you will find that after you make Custom Fields Editable Or Enable the API for Mautic in CONFIGURATION / API SETTINGS   That you will then need to clear the Cache directory of Mautic before your other Applications will be able to connect to the API. Now we are using cPanel and have access in there to the File manager. Easier than running an SSH command is to go into the director: var/cache in the Mautic directory. In our case here we have it in a directory or folder named marketing. You will see a bunch of files here like this: Just delete all of these files from the cache folder.  That’s it. You should then be… Read More »How Clear Cache in Mautic 3x in cPanel

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WHM Cpanel sshd: /var/empty/sshd must be owned by root and not group or world-writable

  Error: WHM Cpanel sshd: /var/empty/sshd must be owned by root and not group or world-writable is reported via email notifications. Note: Our server is running Centos   Server cpanel2.interactivewebs.com Primary IPAddress xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Service Name sshd Service Status failed ⛔ Notification The service “sshd” appears to be down. Service Check Method The system’s command to check or to restart this service failed. Number of Restart Attempts 19 Service Check Raw Output (XID cg7fzv) The “sshd” service is down. The subprocess “/usr/local/cpanel/scripts/restartsrv_sshd” reported error number 3 when it ended. Startup Log Dec 07 02:34:37 xx.interactivewebs.com systemd[1]: Failed to start OpenSSH server daemon.Dec 07 02:34:37 xx.interactivewebs.com systemd[1]: Unit sshd.service entered failed state.Dec 07 02:34:37 xx.interactivewebs.com systemd[1]: sshd.service failed. Log Messages Dec 7 02:34:37 cpanel2 sshd: /var/empty/sshd must be owned by root and not group or world-writable. Memory Information Used 1.12 GB Available 14.01 GB Installed 15.13 GB Load Information 0.00 0.01 0.07 Uptime 1 hour, 30 minutes, and… Read More »WHM Cpanel sshd: /var/empty/sshd must be owned by root and not group or world-writable

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Cpanel WordPress Site Error The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini

cPanel WordPress Site Error The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini While working with a Cpanel Website running WordPress, you attempt to upload a file and receive an error:  “The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini” To fix for ALL Accounts in Cpanel Login to the WHM Administration system. Note that this is usually the HOST provider that has access to this. Softare >> MultiPHP INI Editor Then for the Different PHP Version in the Dropdown, selecting for example ea-php55  or ea-php56 Edit the post_max_size to something bigger that the default 8M AND or Edit the upload_max_filesize to something bigger than the default 2M To Fix for the Account you are working in. Loged in as the Account holder, Software MultiPHP INI Editor Select the location that you will apply this modification to. This should be the site or sub domain you are experiencing the problem… Read More »Cpanel WordPress Site Error The uploaded file exceeds the upload_max_filesize directive in php.ini