Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /var/www/html/

I was receiving this error in my nagios apache log: Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /var/www/html/ to fix this, I just did touch index.html to /var/www/html It creates a file in the directory that is empty. I found this safer then turning on indexes for my nagios install.

internal server error with CSF (Config Server Firewall) in cPanel after upgrade in cPanel

So I was receiving this error after cPanel upgraded: Internal Server Error 500 No response from subprocess (/usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/docroot/cgi/addon_csf.cgi): subprocess exited with status 2   This did not fix it:   /usr/sbin/csf -x /scripts/perlinstaller --force URI /usr/sbin/csf -e /usr/sbin/csf -u If that doesn’t work this will:   curl -s | perl    

How to move files that are older then x days in linux

I found this useful: sudo find ./* -mtime +2 -exec mv {} /hosting/dropbox/ops/user/client/ \; breakdown… ./* is the current directory, including all files, but you could use full path. mtime +2 is 2 days old mv is the command being executed and after the brackets is the directory the files are moving to

Installing ImageMagick/Imagick on a cPanel Server

I was having issues with my Zen install not being able to handle large images, so I read around and decided to move image cache’ing over to ImageMagick, instead of the GD library. This is what you need to do to install/enble ImageMagick on your cPanel server : You’ll need to be logged in as ...