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Setting limits on Reseller Limits

Setting limits on Reseller Limits

By setting the limits you can manage resource usage and pricing policy. When a user hits the limit, you can upsell them to higher level or better plan without moving them to another server. Furthermore, by creating hosting packages based on resource utilization and flexibility features you could completely change your pricing policy and save old customers while attracting new ones. As a result of this expanded offering, you could increase profits.

To set limits choose Users tab to view the list of all users and manage their limits.

Note that a hoster can view the list of resellers’ end users and their limits, but can not manage resellers’ end users limits (if those are set by reseller).

A hoster can view the limits of all types of users and manage the limits for hosters’ end users and resellers’ end users (only those with Reseller Limits disabled).

Tick Show users with CageFS enabled to show users with CageFS file system enabled.
Tick Show only ignored users to show users with ignored MySQL Governor.

Click on a pencil icon in Actions column to edit limits for a particular user. The following actions are available:

  • Enable/disable CageFS;
  • Reset - to reset limits to default values;
  • Apply Do not limit to set the limits to unlimited;
  • Setting the limits values:
    • SPEED
    • VMEM
    • PMEM
    • IO
    • MySQL IO
    • IOPS
    • EP
    • NPROC
    • INODES (hard and soft) (for end users and resellers’ end users (with no Reseller Limits), if a hoster has enabled Initial quotas in cPanel settings).

Click Save to save changes or Cancel to close pop-up window.

Reseller Limits

Install Reseller Limits on your servers using the detailed instruction in our documentation and help us to beta test this new feature!
Follow the link to find more information about Reseller Limits.

If you've missed the previous releases of the feature, please follow the links to check information on Beta releases:

LVE Manager updated
Alt-Python updated


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Tuesday, 07 April 2020

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