How to Launch CyberPanel on Google Cloud?

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To launch CyberPanel on Google Cloud, follow these steps:

  1. Go to the Google Cloud Console (https://console.cloud.google.com/) and sign in with your Google account.
  2. Create a new project by clicking on the dropdown menu at the top of the page and selecting "New Project." Provide a name for your project and click on the "Create" button.
  3. Once the project is created, click on the project name in the top bar to switch to the newly created project.
  4. Enable the Compute Engine API by navigating to the "APIs & Services" -> "Library" section in the left-side menu. Search for "Compute Engine API" and click on it. Then click on the "Enable" button.
  5. Set up a virtual machine (VM) instance by navigating to the "Compute Engine" -> "VM instances" section in the left-side menu. Click on the "Create" button to create a new instance.
  6. Provide a name for your instance and configure the desired settings like zone, machine type, boot disk, and networking. Make sure to select the appropriate operating system (preferably Ubuntu 18.04 LTS) during the setup.
  7. Under the "Firewalls" section, ensure that HTTP and HTTPS traffic are allowed in order to access CyberPanel and your websites.
  8. Click on the "Create" button to create the instance.
  9. Wait for the instance to be provisioned. Once it's ready, you can connect to it by clicking on the SSH button next to the instance name.
  10. In the SSH terminal, run the necessary commands to install CyberPanel. You can find the detailed installation instructions on the CyberPanel website (https://cyberpanel.net/docs/1-quick-start-guide/).
  11. Once CyberPanel is installed, you can access the CyberPanel control panel by entering your instance's IP address in a web browser. Use the default username and password provided during the installation to log in.
  12. Follow the CyberPanel documentation to configure your server, create websites, and manage your hosting environment.


Congratulations! You have successfully launched CyberPanel on Google Cloud and can now start managing your websites and hosting services.

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How to create a database in CyberPanel?

To create a database in CyberPanel, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your CyberPanel control panel.
  2. Navigate to the "Databases" section in the left-hand menu.
  3. Click on "Create Database".
  4. Select the database type you want to create, such as MySQL or PostgreSQL.
  5. Enter a name for your database. Make sure to use a unique and descriptive name.
  6. Set a password for the database. Make sure to choose a strong password for security purposes.
  7. Choose the database user that will have access to the database. You can either select an existing user or create a new user.
  8. Click on the "Create" button to create the database.
  9. Once the database is created, you will see the details such as the database name, username, and password. Make sure to save these details as they will be needed to connect to the database.


That's it! You have successfully created a database in CyberPanel. You can now use this database for your website or application.


How to enable remote MySQL access in CyberPanel?

To enable remote MySQL access in CyberPanel, you need to follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your CyberPanel control panel.
  2. Navigate to the 'Database' tab and click on 'Manage Databases'.
  3. Select the database you want to enable remote access for.
  4. On the database management page, scroll down to the 'Remote Access' section.
  5. Switch on the 'Allow Remote Access' toggle.
  6. Assign a specific IP address (if you want to restrict access to certain IPs) or leave it blank to allow access from any IP.
  7. Click on the 'Save Changes' button to apply the settings.


Once you have enabled remote access, you can connect to your MySQL database from a remote client using the IP address of your server, the MySQL username, and password.


How to enable LiteSpeed cache in CyberPanel?

To enable LiteSpeed cache in CyberPanel, follow these steps:

  1. Log in to your CyberPanel dashboard.
  2. Click on the "Website" tab in the navigation menu.
  3. Select the website for which you want to enable LiteSpeed cache.
  4. Scroll down to the "LiteSpeed" section and click on "LiteSpeed Cache Manager."
  5. In the LiteSpeed Cache Manager, click on the "Settings" tab.
  6. Make sure the "Cache" tab is selected.
  7. Check the box next to "Enable Cache" to enable LiteSpeed cache for your website.
  8. Set the "Cache TTL" (Time to Live) for how long the cache should be stored before being refreshed.
  9. Choose the "Default Action" for how the cache should be handled for dynamic content.
  10. Adjust any other cache settings as per your requirements.
  11. Click on the "Save" button to apply the changes.
  12. After enabling LiteSpeed cache, you may need to clear the cache for your website. To do this, go to the "Manage" tab in the LiteSpeed Cache Manager and click on the "Purge All" button.


LiteSpeed cache should now be enabled for your website in CyberPanel.

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