VPSrobots Pro – Full Feature List

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General Information

VPSrobots, a desktop-based webhosting control panel, allows you to manage your Linux VPS (virtual private server) remotely.  All features have been listed in this page.

Login to VPS

VPSrobots OverviewTwo secure login forms of accessing your servers are available:

1. Username and password: root + password

2. Private key and public key: you have to generate a private key and a public key with a third-party software. we recommend PuTTY.

Multi-Server Management

VPSrobots allows you to manage many Linux servers and websites from one dashboard. That’s powerful and flexible.

Server Status
Sever Status

Sever Status

The module shows you the following VPS informations.

1. The general system infomation:

2.Server disk and server memory information:

3.LAMP (Apache + Mysql + PHP) status:

4.CPU (cores) utilization:

5.Process occupied information:

Breadcumb Settings
Breadcrumb Setting

Breadcrumb Setting

VPSrobots lists all frequently-used configurations of AMP on one page, which includes:

1. Apache settings: version info, apache status, ‘rewrite’ module

2. PHP settings: version info, Max upload file size module, Post Max Size, Max execution time, Output buffering, Memory limit, Allow upload file, PHP curl, PHP gd, PHP mbstring etc.

3. Mysql setting: version info, Mysql status, Max connections.

Tips: You can click the button ‘More’ below each section to respectively access and modify the loaded Apache, MySQL, PHP configurations in simple interfaces.

Deploy a Website
Create a website

Create a website

The module allows you to quickly deploy websites in two steps by several clicks:

1.Step one, create a site which is empty (without CMS)

2.Step two, deploy a CMS to manage your content. By now, 5 most popular CMSs are supported (WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, phpBB and Simple Machines) which could fit most requirements of building a website.

Get a glimpse of what jobs it helps you do?

1.Add addon domain

2.Set serveralias

3.Create the folders of hosting site and errorlogs.

4.Deploy CMS automatically

sFTP Tool
sFTP

sFTP

A sFTP tool has been gathered to VPSrobots. There is no doubt, transferring files between PC and server is a must-have feature.

VPSrobots sFTP tool supports compress/uncompress files online, that’s awesome.

Website Backup
Website Backup

Website Backup

The module allows you back up your website with online or off-line style.

It will back up all files related to your website, including: virtual host file, database, website files and ssl CA files

Website Migration
Website Migration

Website Migration

The module helps you transfer/migrate your website from one VPS to another, real-time.

It’s a fully-automated processing.

1. Checking the status of the server your website will depart ensure that your website is running correctly.

2.Checking the target server ensure that everything is ok for hosting a website.

3. Packaging everything related the website.

4. Uploading the package to the target server.

5. Uncompressing all files in which they should be

6. Importing the sql file to database.

7. Resolving your domain to new server or replace a new domain.(manually)

Website Restoration
Website Restoration

Website Restoration

The module helps you restore your website from the backups. With the module, you will get a 100% copy with the original.

Configure iptables
iptables

iptables

There is no doubt, iptables is powerful for a basic defense. VPSrobots provides you an interface to configure it.

1.add port rules.

2.add IP rules.

3.show the top IPs who are try to scan your server.

4.ban IPs

Server User Monitor
User Monitor

User Monitor

VPSrobots can keep one eye on the user logins with the User Monitor module.

The module records the log of Linux user’s login by day, week and month. You can easily distinguish whether the users have been authorized or not.

Core File Scanning
File Security

File Security

The module will verify the core file up to 218 (growing up)

1. calculating the hash/md5 values of core files

2. generating new hash/md5 values.

3. comparing the new values with the olds