I decided to create an article about this because many people asked me why do CentOS / Redhat shows that message when you boot up the system. I did a small research and I found in a forum that is in the first page of Google answers like “you should ignore that message”. Well that is really not an error message it is a warning saying that you haven’t setup a amount of ram memory for the kdump.
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The free version of cPanel E-Mail Manager is somewhat limited, though still perfectly useful: All e-mail account management must be done manually; if you want to automatically add a new e-mail address for each new user, automatically notify them via their primary e-mail, or manage mailing lists, you’ll need to upgrade.
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