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mod_hostinglimits updated

mod_hostinglimits updated

The new updated mod_hostinglimits packages (for CL5, CL6, CL7) are available for download from our production repository.

This update is related only to rpm-based mod_hostinglimits installations. If you use cPanel EA3/EA4, DirectAdmin you are already using it, no actions needed.

 

Changelog:

mod_hostinglimits 1.0-27

  • added ability to change 508 (Resource limit reached) error to 429 (Too many requests).

We are planning to move gradually from 508 error to 429 because we got some conflicts with 508 Loop Detected (WebDAV; RFC 5842). If you faced this trouble just use:

LVEUse429 on

In this case, error 429 will be shown on EP limit reaching instead of 508.

508 error is still used by default, but LVEUse429 makes 429 error as code by default.

RPM based:

To install run:

 yum install mod_hostinglimits

To update run:

 yum update mod_hostinglimits
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Comments 4

Guest - Nik on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 08:14

Does mod_hostinglimits works with lsapi?

Does mod_hostinglimits works with lsapi?
Kateryna Obiidykhata on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 10:00

Hi Nik, sure it does!

Hi Nik, sure it does!
Guest - Nik on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 10:06

Could you be so kind to let me know the main benefits of using this mod?

Could you be so kind to let me know the main benefits of using this mod?
Kateryna Obiidykhata on Wednesday, 15 March 2017 10:28

mod_hostinglimits was the first module created in CloudLinux to control all resources. If you are using not our apache it simply takes care of everything: http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?hostinglimits_module_for_apache.html
If you use our apache then the module just control number of Entry Processes

mod_hostinglimits was the first module created in CloudLinux to control all resources. If you are using not our apache it simply takes care of everything: http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?hostinglimits_module_for_apache.html If you use our apache then the module just control number of Entry Processes
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