This simple command will list the inodes used for any group on the server: repquota -a | head -n5 ; repquota -a | grep username Just replace where it says “username” with the group or username you want to check.
It’s easy just run this command and than choose a language: system-config-language
To install CPanel over Centos minimal 6 you need to get some basic packages. You can easily grab those with YUM here is the package command to get Centos Minimal install ready for CPanel. yum groupinstall base
Here it is, the magic code. Just run this as root and it will give you the ddr, mhz, and much more. sudo dmidecode –type memory
Converting CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux (with cPanel & WHM installed) If you wish to convert from CentOS 5.x or 6.x to CloudLinux, have already installed cPanel & WHM, and own an IP-based CloudLinux license, run these commands: /usr/local/cpanel/cpkeyclt Continue Reading
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