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  1. In cpanel choosing Select PHP Version says that current PHP version is 5.3 and when I upload a PHP info file I get the same, but when going into MultiPHP Manager it says system PHP Version is PHP 5.6 (ea-php56) and all the domains in list show as 5.6 inherited. -I am assuming MultiPHP Manager is wrong? Almost separate question: -In MultiPHP Manager if I choose the main domain to change its PHP version it lists that all addon domains will be affected by the change too. What is the best way to only change PHP version of main domain?
  2. Just to add from years of experience running forums and sites. 50 MySQL connections is lots and has little to do with number people on your site at same time as reported by any stats or analytics.
  3. maindomain.com/cpanel (still) works for me
  4. I did this a couple of weeks ago but forgot to come back and post. I found a solution - via google, not my own solution - that works by uploading relevant Awstats files and then changing a path, much like what Tony described above. Download Awstats from awstats.sourceforge.net Upload cgi-bin (this can be renamed after) and icon folders in the download to root of your site Change awredir.pl and awstats.pl in the folder uploaded to 755 Go to temp/awstats in cpanel and download the conf file for your domain from there (awstats.yourdomain.com.conf) Open it and change DirIcons value to DirIcons="/icon/" and upload it to the cgi-bin (or renamed) folder uploaded earlier Awstats can now be accessed www.yourdomain.com/cgi-bin/awstats.pl?config=yourdomain.com without needing cpanel login, be sure to use cpanel to password protect the cgi-bin (or renamed) folder.
  5. Thanks Tony, will try that and return with any questions
  6. I am looking to give access to Awstats of an add-on domain (on shared hosting but already have SSH access) without giving access to cpanel. There are a couple of old scripts on the web but neither seem secure (they use cpanel login on external config files, etc). Is there a secure way to do this, may be a password protected directory to view the Awstats reports? Is symlink possible and can it be on password protrected link? if so would appreciate help. Note: I put public in " " because I am giving access to only one person only. Thanks
  7. Thanks, will let you know how it goes.
  8. I know a ticket is the way to go but for example around 4:30AM ET this morning I got database errors and third party server monitoring 'down' messages. And right now ping is 75% loss from my location and just got server monitoring email as well. This is regarding hornet
  9. Was Hornet experiencing something similar? It is still often sluggish, loads well into the 20s and 30s many times a day.
  10. Hornet has been acting sluggish too, not sure if same issue or not but hopefully things improve with the fix.
  11. I guess this is not strictly a Hawkhost question but ... How to interpret Webalizer and Awstats numbers? I know each has its own naming ways like 'sites', 'Hits' etc so I am not looking for the numbers to match BUT over time they should show the same trend, no? When I look ay my stats over months - and even years - I don't see them following the same trend. For example if I look at last 3-4 months Webalizer shows my site becoming less popular but Awstats shows its growing actually?!
  12. Looks cleaner than previous version, nice
  13. rgdot

    Still down

    Thanks Cody @Tom No, nothing like that is necessary. We just have to wait.
  14. rgdot

    Still down

    I have seen the Nameserver issue thread, last post says it has been resolved for now. Mine still doesn't load however and tracert and ping are still unable to resolve. Should I create a ticket or wait? Thanks for working on the issue