How to configure cPanel & WHM settings using 'Tweak Settings'
Many of the cPanel & WHM features are customizable on a server-wide basis. The 'Tweak Settings' page allows those changes to be made easily. Below is the location of 'Tweak Settings' with a few examples of options that can be modified.
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From this page, you can disable or enable options such as this:
Allow Remote Domains -
This setting allows the creation of parked domains (aliases) and addon domains that resolve to other servers.
Log successful logins -
This setting causes your server to record successful login events for cPanel, Webmail, WHM, and DAV to their respective log files in the /usr/local/cpanel/logs/ directory.
Prevent "nobody" from sending mail -
This setting denies the nobody user the ability to send mail to a remote address. PHP and CGI scripts generally run as the nobody user. To use a PHP or CGI script to send mail, enable the suEXEC or mod_php modules in your Apache configuration.
As well as set values for certain features:
Account system disk usage "warn" percentage -
This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a system's disk usage enters the warn state, or to disable this notification.
Account system disk usage "critical" percentage -
This setting allows you to specify the threshold at which a system disk usage enters the critical state, or to disable this notification.