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We want to notify all customers hosted at our HERA (Server Primary IP 126.96.36.199) server that tonight, December 22nd, 2019 from 09:00 PM to 05:00 AM , there will be a scheduled maintenance for approximately eight hour.
APT COM behalf of ihostman will be using this time to run disk maintenance. We have noticed that the server’s primary SSD drive is failing and need to be replaced with a brand new drive. We are going to clone the existing drive to new drive. This process requires a good amount of time thus We have set the maintenance window to 8 hours. We need to perform this immediately to avoid full disk failure. We have scheduled this maintenance window on off-peak hours so that We can ensure smooth transition.
Please note again, during the maintenance window server will be taken down completely and no service will be accessible. We expect no data loss during the maintenance.
We appreciate your patience and understanding. As always, if you have questions or issues, please submit them to [email protected]
For any immediate concerns please connect with us over Live Chat service available at our Website.
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WordPress 5.3 aims to fully support PHP 7.4. This release contains multiple changes to remove deprecated functionality and ensure compatibility. WordPress continues to encourage all users to run the latest and greatest versions of PHP.
Some days ago I received the update of Eset Internet Security version 13 (188.8.131.52) with some feature and improvement as follows:
However the Icon Menu its look like little bit too left and for me still a question about “The Startup Scanning Progress” activity indicated in the Icon on the task bar still running after user Login even I have been deactivated the Startup Scanning in the scheduler to not active in battery mode.
cPanel has dropped a bombshell on its customers with a price hike for its services that has left some running for the door marked exit.
The company, which specialises in interfaces aimed at simplifying website and server management, announced the increases (PDF)without warning, with licences purchased or renewed from now hit immediately, with monthly licences sticking with the old structure until 1 September.
Annual licences are also for the chop, and will be converted to monthly billing as they come up for renewal.
The gang previously had three tiers for users to enjoy – cPanel Solo, at $15/month, cPanel and WHM VPS at $20/month (or $200/year), or a dedicated version aimed at larger web hosts for $45/month or $425/year.
The tiers have now been renamed to Admin, Pro and Premier (at $20, $30 and $45/month respectively) but – and this is what has really enraged customers -an account limit has been applied. The top level, Premier, is limited to 100 accounts. Additional accounts will require an extra $0.20/month each.
The company explained the change in its updated licensing guide, saying that: “Historically, cPanel has based its services and pricing around a VPS or Dedicated license with unlimited cPanel Accounts” but improvements in hardware means it needs to change its pricing structure.
Collected: The Register Blog