When trying to view the databases from the cPanel interface of an account, you might end up with no values at all. However, if you check the backend, you can find that these database folders consumes space.
To fix this issue, SSH to the server and open the file : /var/cpanel/cpanel.config and make sure the variable disk_usage_include_sqldbs is set to 1 ( instead of 0 )
Once that change is made, hit the following from the shell :
You might have a situation in which you need to run an FSCK in your server and you do not have a root password or you do not get the desired login prompt due to any disk issues, which might need an FSCK.
You can try the following steps to attempt an FSCK :
* Edit the grub
Edit grub entry by pressing ‘e’
Edit the kernel line by pressing ‘e’
Add the following at the end of the kernel line: init=/bin/bash
Press enter to save and ‘b’ to boot
The above given statement boots straight into a shell without any password. You can now manually run the FSCK using commands such as : fsck -y /
Microsoft made some pretty cool Windows 10 announcements at the Build 2015 happening at San Francisco, with it came latest Windows 10 insider Preview Build 10074. This new build is available to both the Fast and Slow ring of Windows Insiders (The Windows Insider program by Microsoft allows users to sign up for early builds of the Windows operating system.), which also means that ISOs are too available for those who like a clean install. According to the blog post by Microsoft this version of early build comes with lot of subtle changes and improvements, along with some more evolved features. Many of the changes were influenced directly by Windows Insiders feedbacks. One of those changes is the reintroduction of some Aero Glass elements in the UI. Also Microsoft promises to use insider feedback directly to shape how their feature teams operate, and they hope that Windows 10 will be the best version of Windows yet because the public have a direct hand in its creation.One other subtle change is that Microsoft has renamed its “Technical Preview” to “Insider Preview” to reflect the importance of the Windows Insider community in how they’re building Windows 10.