Restart services

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To restart a service

You can restart any of the services provided by Webuzo. The simple and easy-to-use GUI makes it efficient.

Navigate to the Services tab in the Advance settings section.

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Restart Apache Server


If you have made changes to the Apache configuration file httpd.conf or one of the other included configuration files such as the vhosts.d files, you need to reload the Apache service for the changes to take effect. You can restart you Apache Server at any point. image

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You will see the above message once Apache is successfully restarted.


Restart DNS Named


If you face any issues related to Domain Name Server (DNS) simply restart the DNS Named Service.

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You will see the above message once Apache is successfully restarted.


Restart FTP


You can restart your FTP services to tackle issues to FTP users.

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You will see the above message once Apache is successfully restarted.

Restart MySQL


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You will see the above message once Apache is successfully restarted.

Apache Server Status


View a detailed record of your Apache Server. Keep track of the health of your server.

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Apache Server Info


View information of the Server. Every minute detail is covered in this case.

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