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How to remove cPanel users backups?

  • June 15th, 2018

In this tutorial we will help you to clean up your server from old user backups. cPanel users can generate backups of their accounts. These backups are saved in the root of users’ directories, like /home/username/backup.tar.gz.

The filename format of the backups is backup-date_time_username.tar.gz. For example: backup-7.12.2018_19-32-49_hostiso.tar.gz The issue is that these backups take disk space and at some point you may see that your server is low on disk space. So, it’s a good idea to remove these backups from time to time.

We recommend to notify your clients that you are removing backups (older than 7 days etc.) (more…)

Node.js Hosting

  • June 15th, 2018

We have some good news, from now on Hostiso support Node.js on all our services. As JavaScript became one of the most popular programming languages, more and more customers demand Node.js hosting. With Hostiso Node.js , your customers are now able to host their JavaScript apps using Node.js 6, 8, 9, 10. (more…)

New fresh look!

  • June 14th, 2018

After some time we have done complete site redesign and client area, all is now integrated nicely with new easy to navigate style. Also we have add over 140+ video tutorials, related to how manage cPanel, hosting accounts, database, WordPress, and more will be added.


Australia, United Kindgdom, Poland new DC locations

  • October 26th, 2017

From recently Hostiso offer several more DC locations for dedicated, VPS and other services. Hostiso from now on offer Australia, United Kingdom and Poland as locations for hosting services.

You can order any service and select location during order process, easy and fast.

How to edit your hosts file on Windows, Linux or Mac

  • October 26th, 2017

If you wish to see your site before you change NS or DNS records you can do that easily by editing hosts file on your OS. This same way can be used for example to block load of site on your PC etc.

Hosts files have been in use since ARPANET. They were used to resolve hosts names before DNS. hosts files would be massive documents used to aide the network name resolution. (more…)