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by / Monday, 24 July 2017
Do CloudLinux limits control all end user' CPU & IO usage in MySQL?

CloudLinux LVE has a limitation today in regards of what accounted towards CPU/IO usage by end user. There are sections in MySQL and MariaDB code that are executed under global mutexes (the mutex/lock that affects all MySQL users). As the result, if CloudLinux would limit one user while in...

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by / Friday, 14 April 2017
Beta: liblve with ability to run Docker alongside with LVE released

The new updated liblve version 1.4-1.20 with ability to run Docker alongside with LVE released to the updates-testing repository.

liblve 1.4-1.20

Changelog:

  • added ability to run Docker alongside with LVE (applicable for kernel version 3.10 (CloudLinux 7 and CloudLinux 6 Hybrid), kernel version...

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by / Wednesday, 06 July 2016
Beta: liblve, lve-utils, cagefs updated

New liblve-1.4-1.5, lve-utils-1.5-2.20, cagefs-5.5-6.37 packages are available from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

  • LIBLVE-14: prevent symlink attack while creating directories in ~/user/.cagefs
  • LIBLVE-15: make enter to CageFS not to fail when nonexistent directories are in

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by / Wednesday, 11 May 2016
CloudLinux Academy Live: How to Optimize CloudLinux OS Limits

Join us live on Thursday, June 2nd at 11 am EDT

Update: Recording now available

We are excited to announce our next live webinar as part of the CloudLinux Academy series. 

You already know that CloudLinux OS makes your servers more stable and secure, but do you know how to configure it to...

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by / Monday, 14 November 2016
Beta: CageFS, lve-utils and liblve updated

New updated CageFS, lve-utils, and liblve packages are available from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

liblve-1.4-1.11

  • LIBLVE-22: optimized usage of stack while entering to CageFS;
  • LU-192: added lve.service for CL7.

cagefs-5.5-6.53

  • LU-192: starting lve_namespaces, lvectl, and CageFS...

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by / Tuesday, 23 February 2016
Beta: lve-utils updated

New lve-utils version is available from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

lve-utils-1.5-2.8

  • LU-185: lve_namespaces are started after lve-utils installed;
  • LU-184: fixed default vmem limit for CL6, CL7 (unlimited);
  • LU-162: does not process Plesk ftp subaccounts as system users by panel...

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by / Thursday, 21 April 2016
Beta: CageFS, LVE Manager and lve-utils updated

New updated versions of CageFS, LVE Manager and lve-utils packages are available from our updates-testing repository. Current release brings number of improvements and important bug-fixes such as fix for systemd that does not break CageFS on CloudLinux 7 during update anymore, hooks for...

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by / Thursday, 14 January 2016
Beta: Alt-Python updated
New version of Alt-Python is available from our updates-testing repository.

Changelog:

alt-python27-2.7.11-7
  • recompiled against alt-sqlite instead of system sqlite library.
To update run the command:

yum groupinstall alt-python --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing

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by / Wednesday, 06 November 2013
What inode limit value is reasonable?

Inode limit can be considered as a number of files and directories one customer can own. Default wordpress installation has approx 1,100 files/directories , default magento install is 10,000 , you would need to consider at least 30,000 to be an inode limit for minimal package for your customers....

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by / Tuesday, 30 August 2016
Hosting Industry Survey is now closed. Stand by for results.

Update: Hosting Industry Survey results can be found here.

This survey closed on Friday, September 9th. Once we compile all data, we will share the results of this survey with all respondents.

Thanks!

Igor 

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