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News / Reseller Name Server Changes
Last post by travis - Feb 07, 2024, 01:02 PM
Dear cPanel Resellers,

We have sent out an email about upgrading our name servers. Please make these changes to your DNS settings before March 1, 2024 in order to ensure a continuation of service. If you use our private name servers, you won't have to make any changes as we will make these changes for you.
If you have any questions or need assistance, please contact our Support Team and we'll be more than happy to assist you.

Thank you!
News / LNR1 - Network Maintenance Sch...
Last post by travis - Feb 02, 2024, 09:13 PM
Start Time: February 07, 2024, 23:00 EST
End Time: February 08, 2024, 01:00 EST
Service Call Reference Number: SM464887
Services Affected: Network Services Service
Location(s): 801 Main Street. Lenoir, NC
Expected Impact: Network outage

Details: The NodeSpace Network Engineering Team wishes to inform you of upcoming necessary software upgrades to our Transit router within the Data Center. To ensure continuous service, network traffic will be rerouted through our backup router during this period. While we anticipate minimal disruptions, you may experience brief, intermittent outages during the failover procedure. We aim to complete these critical enhancements swiftly, expecting a duration of approximately 60 minutes. We appreciate your understanding and patience as we enhance our network's reliability and performance. 
Tech Discussions / Windows 11 / Windows Server 20...
Last post by travis - Jan 31, 2024, 09:22 PM
It looks like Windows is finally getting the sudo command... 44 years after UNIX already had it. Better late than never, right?

Quote from: WindowsLatest.comMicrosoft is testing native Sudo command support for Windows 11. The support for native "Sudo" command was spotted in a leaked Windows Server preview build, accidentally published to the Windows Update servers over the weekend.
I just want to point out that while the article keeps saying "Windows 11", they're showing screenshots of Windows Server 2025. So will sudo be coming to Windows 11 or will it just be reserved for Server? I think we're just going to have to wait and see. Knowing Microsoft, I see this being a "Server-only" feature. But I guess we'll see.

Tech Discussions / Veeam researching support for ...
Last post by travis - Jan 24, 2024, 01:25 PM
Well, it appears that others are starting to take Proxmox more serious now that Broadcom has shaken up the industry with VMware. As we provide Proxmox hosting, I am definitely hoping that Veeam provides direct integration! It would be great to be able to add Veeam into our own Proxmox environment for our own customers.

The Register has a great article:
Enterprise Linux / Issue installing updates on Al...
Last post by travis - Jan 19, 2024, 09:26 PM
If you're having issues installing updates on AlmaLinux 8.9 lately, there is a known issue where a signing key is not imported properly. This causes an "Error: GPG check FAILED" error when installing updates.

We have documented the workaround in our knowledge base: 
Tech Discussions / Running VMware Free? Broadcom ...
Last post by travis - Jan 16, 2024, 04:02 PM
In case you haven't heard, Broadcom is eliminating perpetual licenses. As part of that, the free ESXi licenses are being discontinued. 

Are you going to start looking at Proxmox VE as a replacement?
Tech Discussions / Windows 11 Adding AI to NotePa...
Last post by travis - Jan 10, 2024, 10:07 AM
Remember when NotePad was one of those little apps that was never really updated for the longest time? Now NotePad is getting AI. Oh, and by the way, you'll earn credits if you feed it your own original work.

Linux / [Post] Automation of Common Ta...
Last post by travis - Jan 03, 2024, 09:34 PM
Read our latest blog post here about using Automation of Common Tasks and Backups Using Cron Jobs and Scripts. Let us know your thoughts and comments here!
News / PHP 8.3 Available on Shared cP...
Last post by travis - Dec 31, 2023, 01:13 PM
Happy New Year! One last major service upgrade to wrap up the year. In the ever-evolving world of web technology, staying ahead with the latest advancements is crucial for delivering optimal performance and security. NodeSpace Hosting, a Michigan-based company renowned for its commitment to small businesses, proudly announces the integration of PHP 8.3 into its shared cPanel accounts. This significant upgrade marks a new chapter in our ongoing effort to provide state-of-the-art services to our valued clients.

Background: PHP in Web Development
PHP, a widely-used open-source scripting language, is essential in web development, offering flexibility, ease of use, and robust functionality. It's particularly favored for its compatibility with various databases, including MySQL, making it a preferred choice for dynamic website creation. The release of PHP 8.3 brings numerous improvements and features that enhance security, performance, and developer productivity.

Why PHP 8.3 Matters
  • Performance Enhancements: PHP 8.3 introduces optimizations that significantly boost execution speed and reduce memory usage. These improvements mean faster website load times and better handling of high-traffic scenarios, essential for businesses aiming for superior user experiences.
  • New Features and Functions: The update includes new language features and functions, allowing developers to write more efficient and readable code. This leads to quicker development times and easier maintenance.
  • Improved Security: With its focus on security, PHP 8.3 patches vulnerabilities found in earlier versions, ensuring a safer environment for web applications. This is paramount for businesses handling sensitive user data.
  • Better Error Handling: Enhanced error handling in PHP 8.3 makes debugging easier, resulting in more stable and reliable web applications.

Implementation on NodeSpace Hosting's cPanel
NodeSpace Hosting has seamlessly integrated PHP 8.3 into its shared cPanel accounts, ensuring an effortless transition for our users. Here's how it benefits our clients:
  • Easy Switching Between Versions: Through cPanel, users can easily switch between different PHP versions, including PHP 8.3, allowing them to test and deploy their applications in the most suitable environment.
  • Compatibility Checks: Our team assists in ensuring that your existing applications are compatible with PHP 8.3, offering guidance and support for any necessary updates.
  • Continuous Updates and Support: We provide ongoing updates and support for PHP 8.3, ensuring that our clients always have access to the latest features and security patches.

The integration of PHP 8.3 into NodeSpace Hosting's shared cPanel accounts is more than just a technical upgrade; it's a commitment to our clients' success. By embracing this latest version of PHP, we ensure that our small business clients have access to cutting-edge technology, enabling them to compete effectively in today's digital landscape. Our team at NodeSpace Hosting is excited to offer this new capability and looks forward to supporting our clients in leveraging its benefits for their growth and success.
News / Re: Happy New Year!
Last post by ryank - Dec 31, 2023, 08:01 AM
Happy new year!