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    spamd: server killed by SIGTERM, shutting down

    Hi, I'm receiving this warning every day: spamd: server killed by SIGTERM, shutting down I searched in google and saw that more people have same warning, but I not found any solution. Why happen this?; this is a error...
    1 By computereleon Email Security
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    I can't get to the perfect speed

    I found the problem. Thank you, have a nice day.
    By computereleon
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    I can't get to the perfect speed

    Hi friends, Some months ago I got a new server. This server is same that other which have other people. -Same server with same hardware -I have the same softwares: CloudLinux, cPanel, LiteSpeed and MariaDB -I created ...
    1 By computereleon CentOS
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    Configure ClamAV in WHM/cPanel for scan malware in emails

    Hi, I have server with ClodLinux + WHM/cPanel. I have some questions for configure correctly ClamAV and scan the email malware: 1- I installed ClamAV since WHM plugins, I need do anything for Exim scans malware in ema...
    1 By computereleon Security
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    Security in file /etc/rc.d/rc.local

    Hi, If I use “systemctl start mdmonitor” and “systemctl enable mdmonitor” I will get the same result that the command “mdadm –m…
    By computereleon
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    Security in file /etc/rc.d/rc.local

    Hi, I have server with RAID 1. I want to monitoring and receive email alert if have any problem in hard disks. I readed some guides in internet and they says this: 1- Send alert to email if some disk have problems: na...
    1 By computereleon CentOS Security
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    Change logwatch cron's hour

    I installed Logwatch with this command: yum install logwatch Always send me logs at 3:00 server hour (I not configured this hour), how can I change cron's hour?. Because at this moment my server is doing backups and I...
    Accepted Answer: Hi there @computereleon, The logwatch default cronjob is specified at /etc/cron.daily/0logwatch. You could create another cronjob for a specific time with the following command: crontab -e Then add the following lin...
    1 By computereleon CentOS