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WordPress Toolkit says "Error: Initial data load error: some required fields are not provided"

WordPress Toolkit says “Error: Initial data load error: some required fields are not provided”

You access the WordPress Toolkit page in WHM and observe that it fails to load with this error: Error: Initial data load error: some required fields are not provided Description This can commonly be caused by corruption in the /usr/local/cpanel/3rdparty/wp-toolkit/var/wp-toolkit.sqlite3 database file that WordPress Toolkit uses. This can also occur if the locale of the server...
Fix the 'imunify360-ea-php-hardened' issue

Fix the ‘imunify360-ea-php-hardened’ issue

If you’re having an error caused by imunify360-ea-php-hardened, you can fix it in a very simple ways by doing these: Remove the repo: rm -rf /etc/yum.repos.d/imunify360-ea-php-hardened.repo Or. disable it: yum-config-manager --disable imunify360-ea-php-hardened yum clean all Re-check! After that hardened PHP can be installed as follows: imunify360-agent features install hardened-php
Display Files At Any Given Size (GB/MB/Kb/bytes) in Linux

Display Files At Any Given Size (GB/MB/Kb/bytes) in Linux

We often encounter a situation where we need to find huge files in Linux. These files can be log files or some other kind of data file. In such scenarios, we need to search files by size. For this, we can easily use the find command in Linux. The find command in Linux provides an easy way to search...