How to change cPanel theme for specific user

All cPanel account information for each specific account is stored in the /var/cpanel/users/USERNAME

If you need to change the specific theme for a certain user this is the file you need to edit, and the value you need to edit is described below:


How to check cPanel CPU and Memory usage for a specific user

There are a few ways to do this and I will explain some of them for you below. cPanel has a "built in" way to view this but I will give you a way to specify the amount of days you want the stats for and a few other neat tricks.


How to check inode usage on linux for a specific cpanel user account or directory

If you鈥檙e a linux system administrator you鈥檙e probably already familiar with the term 鈥渋node鈥.聽 For those of you who are not, an inode is basically a way to measure the amount of files a user has.聽 This includes every email, cache file, image, and so on.聽 If it has a filename it is considered an inode.聽 Normally hosts will use this as a way to determine clients that need to be removed from backups because of the IO load they put on the server from the amount of inodes they have.

A few ways to measure this are鈥

Using the script I created and posted on GitHub:

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Using SCP to copy a file on a non standard ssh port

Frequently system administrators will change the SSH port from the standard port 22 for security reasons. If this is the case and you need to transfer something via SCP, below is the command to transfer a file from one server to another using a non standard SSH port.