ISPConfig rocks! Makes building new servers so easy. And as most people know, once a server is built and operating, there really is no need to go in and change things. Which is why I ask... may I safely disable the ISPConfig services? /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server and /etc/init.d/ispconfig_tcpserver Why do this? Well, my server has 256MB ram. I would love to kill that running ISPConfig apache service since I'm not using it. If I need to make a config change, I'll start the service, make the change, and kill it again. The other reason, its a security risk having the service listening on port 81 asking for a pw. It can get dictionary attacked. My only fear, if I kill the service, will some jobs not run? Such as log rotates and/or web statistics, mail operations? So far it only looks like I'll lose freshclam, and I dont use anti vir check anyway. Thanks Nick D.