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I'm not sure what's causing the problem, but you can probably work around it by adding an empty install directory, and setting the permissions to read-only. ie rm -rf install mkdir install chmod 400 install This will remove write access from the directory, so the files won't get recreated. It's definitely a hack, but will hopefully prevent the issues ...


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cPanel can do this by going to the following url: http://[ip-address]/~[cPanel-username]


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Ask your hosting provider, they'll know best ;) Generally, a hosting provider using cPanel has three interfaces: cPanel (for website and domain management), WHM (for resellers) and a billing system such as WHMCS. In the end though, all features should be the same. They're all cPanel.


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I think what you may be referring to is a "master cPanel" where you can view all of your individual cPanel accounts as well as do some more specific things to your web server. This is known as WHM (Web Host Manager). In most cases you as the web master will have a VPS or "re-seller hosting". You will create the clients cPanel account from your WHM panel. ...


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Mike, am also faced same problem one month ago. some unwanted files(scripts), any plugin or some malware scripts are running your server(or hosting space). That file are taking your SMTP relay much more. You should check your server SMTP report. and check whether the Brush-force attack happens, that means cphulkd-brutes list(IP address). another one ...


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PHP doesn't always run as root (and generally shouldn't). Many servers will use suPHP, "a tool for executing PHP scripts with the permissions of their owners". There's also PHP-FPM which allows you to "start workers with different uid/gid/chroot/environment and different php.ini". Each hosting provider may use a different setup, so if you're concerned what ...


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For not having proper reputation to add a comment, here I try to give suggestion that perhaps suit to your problem. Try to change the chmod first into 755, then try to delete them again. That's all. :D


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I received this answer from CPanel This is not a feature that is supported in the WHM or cPanel frontend, however it is possible to change the ip address of an addon domain by manual editing. Here is link to tutorial: https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/CKB/How+to+Assign+Dedicated+IP+Addresses+to+Subdomains



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