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(WHM >> Home >> Server Configuration >> Tweak Settings)

 

Note:

Many of the options in this section of the Tweak Settings interface allow you to specify whether to send anonymized data to cPanel for analysis. For more information about how cPanel, Inc. uses this data, read our Server Usage Analysis Data Collection Policy. 

Display documentation links in cPanel interface

This option allows you to specify whether each cPanel interface displays a question mark ()  link to that interface's documentation. This question mark appears appears under the User Manager icon ()  in the sidebar.

This setting defaults to Off.

Note:

The following cPanel interfaces do not contain help documentation links:

  • cPanel's File Manager interface (cPanel >> Home >> Files >> File Manager).
  • cPanel's phpMyAdmin interface (cPanel >> Home >> Databases >> phpMyAdmin).
  • cPanel's phpPgAdmin interface (cPanel >> Home >> Databases >> phpPgAdmin). 


Send error reports to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized error reports to cPanel, Inc. for analysis.

This setting defaults to On.

 

Send information about server configuration to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized information about your server configuration to cPanel, Inc. for analysis.

This setting defaults to On.

 

Send information about server usage to cPanel for analysis

This setting allows you to specify whether you wish to send anonymized information about how you use cPanel & WHM to cPanel, Inc. for analysis.

This setting defaults to On.

 

Update analysis retention interval

This setting allows you to specify how long to keep the update analysis log files that you send to cPanel, Inc. The system stores update analysis log files in the /usr/local/cpanel/logs/update_analysis directory.

This setting defaults to 90 days.

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