Where is Limestone Networks located?

Limestone Networks is located in Dallas, TX The datacenter is located in the former U.S. Federal Reserve Building in downtown Dallas. The address for this location is: 400 S Akard St. Dallas, TX 75202 If you would like to learn more about the facility, you may want to review the […]

Why are Limestone Networks servers so inexpensive?

Limestone Networks is a strictly unmanaged dedicated server provider. Unlike many providers in our industry, we do not offer server management and are not forced to pass-along the overhead cost associated with server management to unmanaged clients. At Limestone Networks, we take our responsibilities as a provider very seriously. We […]

Does my server come with KVMoIP?

It’s very possible. All of Limestone’s Intel Xeon servers come with integrated IPMI. This IPMI interface gives you access to great features including KVMoIP. If you don’t know how to connect to your IPMI interface, open a Support ticket and we’ll gladly point you in the right direction. If your […]

How do I install an OS through my IPMI?

IPMI Virtual Media How To For Single CPU Xeons (X3400) 1. Login to the IPMI interface by using https://[ip-address] in any browser. You should have been provided the IP address of your IPMI interface in your Welcome E-Mail or Provisioning Ticket. If you do not have this URL please open […]

cPanel errors with scripts stored on NAS

When using a cron script executed by cPanel that is stored on the Limestone NAS, you will need to modify the mount command to include the uid and gid of the cPanel user which is running the bash script. For example:

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How do I set up my NAS account?

Setting up access to your NAS account is pretty simple. All of the information and steps can be found in OnePortal. Before you start, make sure that Samba is installed in Linux if you are using a Linux operating system. Then, visit OnePortal’s Shared NAS page and click the (?) […]

What can I use the NAS for?

NAS (Network Attached Storage) can be used to store files for: Incremental Backups Additional Storage Transfer / sync files between servers Limestone’s NAS systems are on Limestone’s Private Tunnel which means you get unmetered free transfer between your NAS space and your servers.

Uninstall OneClickSSL for cPanel/WHM

To uninstall, run these commands while logged in as the root user: