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Find large files:

link: https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/find-large-files-linux/


root@webserver [/]# find . -type f -size +150M -exec ls -lh {} \; | awk '{ print $9 ": " $5 }'

Delete mysql error logs:


This is an error log and you can delete it.


This is a MySQL database. You will need to login to MySQL as root and flush the MySQL database. You can do this with PHPMyAdmin. Login to PHPMyAdmin with the root user to do this. It is safe to flush this table.

Or do it in command line with these commands

mysql -u root -p

Enter password

mysql> use eximstats

mysql> delete from sends;

mysql> delete from smtp;

mysql> delete from failures;

mysql> delete from defers;

This will flush the eximstats logs. If you cannot remember the mysql root password you can change/reset it in WHM. Search for MySQL root password in WHM and it should show up in the list.

Remove files:

rm -f

Calculate free space: 

df -h

How to remove Articles in a joomla! article

Using Language Overrides

If you do some research, you’ll discover that this “Articles” header only appears for articles which aren’t linked to a menu item. To remove this header, we’re going to use a built-in Joomla! option: the Language Overrides.  Here’s how it’s done.

1.  Go to your Joomla! back-end and log in.

2. Navigate to “Extensions > Language Manager”

3. Click the “Overrides” tab.

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4. Click “New”.  A new screen opens.

5. In this new screen, write the following in the “Language Constant” field: JGLOBAL_ARTICLES

6. Leave the text field empty, and save the override.

As a result, the “Articles” will be stripped everywhere in your website, which solves your problem with the unwanted text!

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