Ever wanted to restart the cPanel/WHM system ? There is no need to restart your operating system. You can restart only the cPanel/WHM system via a simple command.
You need to be logged in as root via SSH. Execute the following command :
# /etc/init.d/cpanel restart
If you need any assistance please contact your host.
cPanel/WHM offers a nice graphic interface to restart important services like Apache, FTP, MySQL etc.
First, you should login to WHM as root. Go to Restart Services menu like in the image bellow.
From here just select the service you want to restart and click the “Yes” button like in the following image .
The example is for the pure-ftpd service, but the interface is the same for all other services.
After the service is successfully restarted you will get a message like :
Waiting for ftpserver to restart………finished.
pure-ftpd (pure-ftpd (PRIV)) running as root with PID 4062 (process table check method)
pure-authd (/usr/sbin/pure-authd -s /var/run/ftpd.sock -r /usr/local/cpanel/bin/pureauth) running as root with PID 4050 (pidfile check method)
ftpserver started ok
When you are developing a website you want to see how it looks in different browsers. You can install few browsers like Firefox, Opera, Chrome etc but you it’s not easy to test them on different operating system. You will need some operating system virtual images – for example for Windows XP, 7 , 8 , RedHat, MacOS etc. This is not an easy task.
You can get a lot of help from some online websites that will load your webpage in different browsers/operating systems.