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  1. Tony

    Node js application not working

    The code you pasted should be right as it's the default one if it's not working that is very strange. How our Node.js, Python and Ruby application systems work is by utilizing Phusion Passenger except it's Litespeeds own implementation of it. We're going to get a few tutorials up on deploying some common node.js apps as the guides for most applications assume you have your own server. This is obviously not the case with us but the majority of them should still work once you only do the portions that actually apply to deploying the application itself.
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    Mailbox format - (maildir, mdbox)

    The benefits are great when looking at what the format itself. The problem comes in when you're for example wanting to restore a backup. The way mdbox saves everything it's via index and multiple messages within a single file. The maildir format each email message is it's own file which makes it extremely easy to restore individual email messages. Under mdbox you cannot do this and you'd restore the entire inbox and say you wanted a message from 5 days ago you'd be stuck taking your entire inbox back 5 days.
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    Setup email (Office 365) on Share Host

    You'll login to cPanel then go to "Email Routing" then you'll see radio buttons with a few options pick the "Remote Mail Exchanger" option. If you need further assistance you're best to open a ticket with our support team.
  4. Hello, One is a PHP packaged by cPanel where you have absolutely no control over extensions. The alt-php ones you have control over the extensions so you can use select php version look at say PHP 7.1 and set specific extensions for it and save it. Any site that uses alt-php 7.1 would get those extensions and this is a new feature as of a few days ago. That being said our team discovered a bug where if you have too many extensions loaded it will throw a 503 error. We've implemented a fix for this already and it's propagating to all servers. In the next 24 hours roughly all servers alt-php should work as well from the multi php manager page.
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    wp_mail() and PHP mail()

    We support the mail() function meaning wp_mail() would work so that is not the issue. What sounds like your issue is your email routing in your cPanel is setup incorrectly. If you're hosting your email externally you need to login to cPanel got to email routing then let it know that you're using a remote exchanger. After that it will send the mail out from the server opposed to trying to locally deliver which is the default setting.
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    Setup email (Office 365) on Share Host

    The way our systems work is they assume unless specified otherwise email is hosted locally. This is for optimization reasons to avoid sending mail out only for it to come right back to the server as it would lead to slower email delivery rates on the server. You can modify this on your account by logging into cPanel then going to "Email Routing" and setting your domain to "Remote Mail Exchanger". After this it'll send the email out and it should arrive to the Office 365 systems.
  7. There are stable memcached and redis packages for PHP 7.2 so both are optional extensions under the select php version option in our cPanel.
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    Speed up Website with Hosting

    A lot of this depends on your application you're operating. If it's PHP hen you'd want to see if yours support PHP 7.0/7.1 or 7.2 as it can provide significant speed improvements over PHP 5.6. We provide up to PHP 7.2 right now straight through cPanel: | If you're using Wordpress you'd want to consider a caching plugin. The one we recommend is the Litespeed page caching as it's leverages the capability of the web server: For other applications you'd want to look at the plugins you're using any themes. Then along with that just any recommendations the specific application suggests such as using Redis/Memcached (make sure you actually configure it) or their own built in caching.
  9. The tricky part about this is the software itself is not being maintained by anyone. The last update to it was May 30th, 2013 which is now 5 years ago. In cPanel v70 there was three updates alone to make SquirrelMail remain functioning. These includes security fixes and interface fixes a few of which we reported to cPanel and I have no doubt we weren't alone in reporting the issues. I can only imagine this will get worse as end of this year PHP 5.6 hits EOL and the supported PHP version is going to be 7.1. That would mean SquirrelMail should be compatible with PHP 7.1. This would have a significant cost associated with it I suspect as it would require significant changes to the code to maintain compatibility. If cPanel is reaching a point of being unable to justify support for it then it's really unlikely we could as I'd suspect it would require significant development time to maintain.
  10. The advantage of our cloud hosting is our ability to scale resources (CPU, memory, disk space) and handle failures much better. For CPU/memory/disk space it be less than 5 minute outage for us to make more resources available to the server. For hardware failures it would be up to a 5 minute outage as well as the server would come back on another one of our available hardware nodes. For actual performance it would have a minimal impact at best as the big change is simply for our ability to add more resources easily if necessary. All our web hosting servers are powered by SSD's capable of up to 500,000+ random IOPS combined and our cloud platform can deliver that same performance to a single server from our internal benchmarking. The other underlying hardware we all comparable between our regular web hosting accounts and our cloud hosting accounts. We run E5-2600v4 series in our cloud right nowand our regular web hosting servers are typically E5-2600v2/v3/v4 at this point. The performance impact between generations on a per core performance is only in the 5-15% difference which for a single web site probably isn't even measurable.
  11. Looking over your ticket and your other topic it seems as though you were expecting cloud server to work like a shared web hosting account where it's just cPanel and everything works the same. What it is in fact is your own actual server where you have your own operating system, root and if you opt to use cPanel/WHM then you'd have access to the WHM interface as well. This is far more comparable to our VPS plans except unlike our VPS plans it uses a high availability system that helps remove some of the common reasons server goes down (hardware failures). It also uses a virtualization technology (KVM) which allows for further customization beyond our standard VPS plans that run on OpenVZ. If you're simply looking for shared web hosting powered by cloud infrastructure that would be currently only our New York City location which our team would gladly move your shared web hosting account to if requested. Our goal is to have the majority of our locations eventually powered by the same combination of software.
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    pending status - shared hosting

    As you were advised in your ticket there were some discrepancies with the information you provided us. I believe this has now been resolved and your order was setup.
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    My understanding is you opened a ticket with our support team and in your case it was an issue on your end and you've fixed it.
  14. We allow you upgrade between plans that are compatible with each other. Our Primary and Profession plan are shared web hosting which is why you can upgrade between them. Our cloud servers offering is your own server with a root password, your own operating system etc. There is no way we could make so you could upgrade from a shared web hosting plan to your own server.
  15. I have no experience with Libsyn so I'm not sure how well they perform but I don't see any mention of them using a CDN so I think it would be pretty comparable to single location hosting. How our cloud hosting works is you're given your own server and you can install any software you wish. Apache/Nginx/Litespeed all would have no problem serving static content so I don't think you'd ever run into issues with the web server portion. Every cloud server with us is connected to a server capable of up to 40gbps but each cloud server by default can utilize a maximum of 1gbps. This limitation is simply because very few users would need more than 1Gbps and if they're using more than this and they're not experienced with servers it most likely would mean a compromised system. 1gbps is the equivalent of 125MB/sec which say if you had 500 users all at once that would be divided to 0.250MB/sec. I however don't think realistically you're see 500 users all at once in the exact same second. I think 1MB/sec or more per user would be a more realistic number you'd see. If this is truly the expectation though like I mentioned you could speak to our sales team and look at going up to 10gbps a second when necessary. You could also of course setup multiple servers and accomplish your goals that way.