This Cyberpanel is promising, but if it wants to be an alternative to Cpanel, it needs to improve a lot:
Backups are in the domain, needed to be saved in a separate folder.
Remote backup doesn't work for me.
FTP does not access the root folder of the hosting
SSL does not work
An error occurs at each update. For a production site this is deadly.
I have a website with 930GB in size, but it was giving a constant error 52, so I deleted it and now I can't put it online anymore.
5 days ago I'm trying to solve this problem and I can't. The forum only has technical details that are not easy for those who are laymen.
So I'm deciding to go to a lodging that has Cpanel and breathe easy.