Configure Backups to S3

1. Servers having cPanel control panel

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In the WHM console, click Backup Configuration, and scroll to the bottom looking for additional destinations. Select Amazon S3 in the Destination Type and Create new destination.

In the configuration page for this destination, give it a name and select the box that says transfer system backups to destination. (It says you should only do this if your connection is encrypted. Amazon S3 is an encrypted connection.)

Enter the name of the bucket, Access Key ID, and Secret Access Key.

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Configure Server Backup to Google Drive for cPanel Accounts

The cPanel new version v66 introduces a new feature that facilitates users to remotely store their data and access it from any part of the world. This is established using the Google Drive feature that enables users to configure server backup directly to this cloud storage. You can save up to 15GB server space by using this feature. Let’s take a quick look at a brief overview on setting this up in cPanel.

 

Set up your Google Drive account with cPanel server account backups

The first step is to enable the Google Drive API for your Google account and you may follow the below steps to accomplish this.

1. After logging into the Google account, navigate to the Google API Manager website.
2. In the left navigation menu, click Library option.
3. Under the G Suite session, click GoogleDrive API.
4. Then, click Create Project, and then click Create. A new menu will appear.
4.1 If the new menu does not appear, perform the following steps and then proceed to Step 5.
>> Click Credentials in the left navigation bar.
>> Click Create.
5. Enter your new project name and click Create.
6. Click Enable

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How to enable and customize PHP-FPM directives/pool for a domain or server wide :: cPanel

What is PHP-FPM?

PHP FastCGI Process Manager (PHP-FPM) is an alternative FastCGI daemon for PHP that makes a website capable of handling strenuous loads. By setting specific amounts of resources, it even allows a host to process a domain’s requests. To accomplish this, the PHP-FPM maintains “pools” (workers available to respond to PHP requests) where these “pools” of workers allow the website to handle more requests than it normally could.

PHP-FPM is faster than traditional CGI-based methods such as SUPHP for multi-user PHP environments. It does not overload a system’s memory with PHP from Apache processes like ruid2+php-dso does. This method is useful when a user receives extra traffic that requires resources to process it. For example, your website may receive a spike in traffic after a TV show features it or is linked from a popular website.

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