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#1
Hi Guys,

As some of you have read in other sections, I am setting up a post to host service with cpanel and ssl included. 

This is a full paid cpanel reseller hosting with all the bells and whistles that you usually need.  This is not a hosting used for testing purposes. I have moved most of my production sites to this and they all seems to be working fine. 

The main website and forum is still in the work and will be updated as much as I can. 

You need to have a primary TLD domain to request hosting. It can be any .com, .net, .org, .in etc. There could be some issues with free domains like .tk since my hosting company seems to reject them. I am having issues with some of my .eu.org domains to move to this. 

The existing plans are 
https://freecloudhost.org/plans/

If you are desperate, just introduce yourselves - https://freecloudhost.org/forums/forum/introduction/

Then go https://freecloudhost.org/forums/forum/s...g-request/ 
don't mind the min 5 quality posts if you are in a hurry.

please specify
1. your primary domain name (TLD) that you will be using.
2. email id
3. your preferred hosting plan - plan 1, 2, 3 or 4.
4. If you are using your own dns servers like cloudflare or your domain registrar dns, please specify them. I will setup the hosting to use the nameservers specified at the Domain’s Registrar (and ignore our nameservers.) and you can change the records in your nameservers according to this post - https://freecloudhost.org/cloudflare-sup...loud-host/
5. say you are from GigaRocket - specify the username used here if its different from the one that you are using over there (otherwise you won't get the hosting without the min 5 quality posts)

After setting up, you can make up for the 5 quality posts later. 

If you need more space, bandwidth or sql databases, you can request them in this section - https://freecloudhost.org/forums/forum/s...t-support/
You can have more as long as you remain active in the forum. 

Please note that all the revenue for the site will be from the ads in the the main website - that's why I am asking for a min visit of at least once a week, so that you could visit our sponsors and I can make revenue to cover the expenses. 

I won't be putting any ads in any of the user websites hosted with us. 

Please bear with me regarding support as I am working around 12 hours per day with my regular job.

After setting up your hosting, it might take upto 24 hours for everything to work properly. Within that time you should be able to have your SSL (https://yourdomain.tld) and be able to login to cpanel from your domain (https://yourdomain.tld/cpanel)
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#2
Well done @binil. I've made the five posts and am eagerly looking forward to the new cpanel hosting account.

As guidance to others your journey starts with registering a Forum Account first. It's a Forum that is attached as a plugin to a WordPress site. Here is the registration link:
https://freecloudhost.org/wp-login.php?action=register

You can then follow the steps and provide the info as indicated by @binil in his opening post.

In summary they are:
1. Check out the cpanel hosting plans that are available here:
https://freecloudhost.org/plans/

2. Then if you are interested register here:
https://freecloudhost.org/wp-login.php?action=register

3. Then you have to introduce yourself in the Forum referring to your user name at Gigarocket:
https://freecloudhost.org/forums/forum/introduction/

4. If you are in a hurry you can make the required 5 quality posts later. But Binil wants you to complete them when you can.

5. Then if you want to request for a cpanel hosting account you do it here:
https://freecloudhost.org/forums/forum/s...g-request/
You need to provide the following info in your request:
Binil Wrote:1.Your primary domain name (TLD) that you will be using - i.e. domain.com (dot.tk not allowed)
2. Your e-mail ID
3. Your preferred hosting plan - plan 1, 2, 3 or 4.
4. If you are using your own dns servers like cloudflare or your domain registrar dns, please specify them. I will setup the hosting to use the nameservers specified at the Domain’s Registrar (and ignore our nameservers.) and you can change the records in your nameservers according to this post - https://freecloudhost.org/cloudflare-sup...loud-host/
5. You have to say you are from GigaRocket - specify the username used here if its different from the one that you are using over there (otherwise you won't get the hosting without the min 5 quality posts)
#3
It looks great, @binil! Looks like I won't be able to try it because I'm currently using my domain names' with another web host and I don't have a spare domain name to use for testing, but if you ever decide to support subdomains I'd love to check it out. It's really amazing of you to go through the trouble of setting all this up so quickly! I'm sure it'll help lots of people in need of hosting.

By the way, are you using bbPress for your forum plugin? It kind of looks similar.
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#4
@Yozora You really need to get a tld. Like surely you can buy one for just over a dollar from one of the Registrars? Since you're a WordPress specialist, you'll absolutely love to check through this cpanel. I've never seen anything like this before. I'm cross posting now but just check this out for SEO and there are many other tools that I've never seen before in cpanel. It's a panel optimized for serious WordPress hosting.

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#5
(12-09-2020, 03:49 AM)Yozora Wrote: It looks great, @binil! Looks like I won't be able to try it because I'm currently using my domain names' with another web host and I don't have a spare domain name to use for testing, but if you ever decide to support subdomains I'd love to check it out. It's really amazing of you to go through the trouble of setting all this up so quickly! I'm sure it'll help lots of people in need of hosting.

By the way, are you using bbPress for your forum plugin? It kind of looks similar.

I am using bbpress as the forum plugin. Thought of going for a different forum script but went with this to keep it simple.

Its a paid reseller account - there shouldn't be much of any issues. The only con that I can see is that its taking around 24 hours for everything to start working properly.
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#6
I need to say that i start to really miss gigarocket hosting

I don't do much mostly I create & test php aps for myself & now without this its hard
I found replacement for this, right now with heroku.com allow you to deploy some php app (even container) & you can have this for free
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#7
(12-09-2020, 11:34 AM)Genesis Wrote: @Yozora You really need to get a tld. Like surely you can buy one for just over a dollar from one of the Registrars? Since you're a WordPress specialist, you'll absolutely love to check through this cpanel. I've never seen anything like this before. I'm cross posting now but just check this out for SEO and there are many other tools that I've never seen before in cpanel. It's a panel optimized for serious WordPress hosting.

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Oops, sorry I was unclear! I have a TLD. I've had it for years now. But I'm currently using it with my new hosting that I paid for. I'd rather not change the DNS just to test out hosting, especially since I just moved my sites over and set everything up again recently. Yeah, I could buy another domain, but I don't really have a use for another one currently. That cPanel does look nice though! Maybe when my current paid hosting runs out I'll try signing up.
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  • Genesis
#8
I am currently in the work of adding a points system which gives points based on the login (points for daily visit), points for seeing the content, posting comments in the blog, posting/viewing in the forum etc - the more time you spend in the site, more will be the points.
#9
@binil Nice! By the way, have you tried advertising your hosting site at web hosting forums, etc?
I know of WebHostingTalk's free hosting offers subforum and Freewebspace.net has one too, though it's less active. There might be other similar forums out there too. I actually first found GigaRocket because of a forum thread advertising it at Freewebspace.net.
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  • Genesis
#10
(12-24-2020, 08:35 AM)binil Wrote: I am currently in the work of adding a points system which gives points based on the login (points for daily visit), points for seeing the content, posting comments in the blog, posting/viewing in the forum etc - the more time you spend in the site, more will be the points.

Hi Binil. Further to @Yozora's excellent suggestions, can you please add a link to your Forum in your Gigarocket Signature. This would make it easier to get to the Forum more regularly, as most of us aren't that familiar yet of your Forum from the top of our heads.
#11
(12-24-2020, 07:45 PM)Yozora Wrote: @binil Nice! By the way, have you tried advertising your hosting site at web hosting forums, etc?
I know of WebHostingTalk's free hosting offers subforum and Freewebspace.net has one too, though it's less active. There might be other similar forums out there too. I actually first found GigaRocket because of a forum thread advertising it at Freewebspace.net.

I will advertise in them after most members here have hosted their domain based sites in mine or at fitkoh.
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#12
We are running LiteSpeed Enterprise. You could enable and use the LiteSpeed wordpress plugin with quic.cloud cdn. I have implemented in one of my client sites and its pretty good.
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#13
(01-09-2021, 05:04 PM)binil Wrote: We are running LiteSpeed Enterprise. You could enable and use the LiteSpeed wordpress plugin with quic.cloud cdn. I have implemented in one of my client sites and its pretty good.

LSMCD (OLS memcache replacement) is built into Openlitespeed so you can run locally (or remotely).

It's very fast, although the cache does inflate and gobble disk fairly quickly.

I think you could probably install it alongside Enterprise if you wanted: https://docs.litespeedtech.com/products/...g_started/
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