Hmm I’m not sure if it was a minimal installation or not. My hosting company upgraded the server, more like migrated from CentOS6 to 7.9.2009. It does have ClamAV however.
When they did the install, the system had 12GB of memory, the same amount as the server I was on before: CentOS 6 with ClamAV, spamassassin. I’m not sure then why they would of chosen a minimal installation… not unless 12GB of memory is not sufficient enough for CentOS 7.9.2009.
Speaking of memory though, I’ve actually recently been upgraded to 32GB on my request.
Do you recommend I contact them on installing SpamAssassin incase of anything that may have been customized unbeknownst to me?
If I’m on a minimal installation, now that I have 32GB of memory, should I go ahead and do:
# yum groupinstall "Virtualmin LAMP Stack"
# virtualmin config-system --bundle LAMP
Thank you for your insight!