aaPanel is a simple but powerful control panel that can manage the web server through a web-based GUI (Graphical User Interface).
aaPanel provides the one-click function such as one-click install LNMP/LAMP developing environment and software.
The software is free and open source.
- Create and manage websites, FTP, and databases, with visual file manager, visual software manager, visual CPU, memory, flow monitoring chart, scheduled tasks and other functions.
- Fast and convenient one-key configuration and management, one-click configuration of server environment (LAMP / LNMP / Tomcat / Node.js /OpenLiteSpeed), one-click deployment of SSL, remote backup. One-click deployment of WordPress, Laravel, Joomla, Drupal, and Roundcube.
- Provide SSH open and close services, SSH port changes, ping prohibited.
- Firewall port release and operation log viewing.
- CPU, memory, disk IO, network IO data monitoring with the option to set the number of days to record and save and view the data of a certain day.
- Scheduled tasks can be added and executed periodically, support SHELL script, provide website, database backup, and log cutting
- Supports one-click backup to another cloud storage space, or other cloud storage space.
- Manage the server software used for installation, as well as practical extension plug-ins.
- Convenient and efficient file manager integration.
- Supports uploading, downloading, packaging, decompression and file editing and viewing.
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