#Reseller Limits

by / Wednesday, 07 March 2018
Reseller Limits Beta is now available for DirectAdmin!

You asked — we do! LVE Manager version 3.1-4 with Reseller Limits support for DirectAdmin is released to Beta! CloudLinux OS team has been working on this feature for over twenty months and we are happy it is now available for more customers!

All the Reseller Limits features and improvements...

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by / Thursday, 22 February 2018
Reseller Limits Beta is now available for Plesk!

You asked — we do! LVE Manager version 3.1-3 with Reseller Limits support for Plesk is released to Beta! CloudLinux OS team has been working on this feature for over twenty months and we are happy it is now available for more customers!

All the Reseller Limits features and improvements that...

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by / Monday, 15 January 2018
CloudLinux releases LVE Manager with Reseller Limits to production!

CloudLinux is excited to announce today that LVE Manager version 3-0.36 with Reseller Limits support is released to production.
Eighteen months of active working and three months of Beta testing and here it is — Reseller Limits are now available!
The whole new functionality that now allows...

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by / Friday, 12 January 2018
Reseller Limits: From Beta to Stable

Reseller Limits production release is targeted for the 15th of January. First beta was introduced four months ago and so far we had a very positive feedback on it. Thanks to all who have installed Reseller Limits on their servers and have helped us to Beta test this new feature! We are excited...

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by / Thursday, 11 January 2018
Using Reseller Limits with CloudLinux 6

Would like to try Reseller Limits but have CloudLinux 6 installed and have doubts?
Do not hesitate! You can easily convert your CloudLinux 6 kernel to CloudLinux 6 Hybrid kernel and enjoy Reseller Limits feature!

Requirements

Reseller Limits are only supported in kernel starting with the version...

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by / Tuesday, 09 January 2018
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...

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by / Friday, 05 January 2018
Tracking reseller's usage with Reseller Limits

Want to know who overloads your server? Just check which user hits the limits! It is easy with CloudLinux Reseller Limits Interface.

Choose Historical Usage tab to view reseller and resellers’ end users resource usage history and faults. The list of users can be filtered by Timeframe.

When...

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by / Thursday, 04 January 2018
Reseller Limits Beta 5 is now available

A new LVE Manager Reseller Limits fifth Beta is here! LVE Manager, lve-utils, and lve-stats packages are now available for download from our updates-testing repository.

To learn how to operate Reseller Limits, please read this documentation article.

If you've missed the previous releases of the...

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by / Thursday, 04 January 2018
Deploying Reseller Limits is easy

Start to use Reseller Limits on one, two, three! Just make sure your server meets the following requirements.

Reseller Limits are only supported in kernels starting with the version 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3.el7 for CloudLinux 7 kernel and 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3.el6h for CloudLinux 6 Hybrid...

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by / Wednesday, 27 December 2017
What can reseller control under Reseller Limits

Reseller Limits feature now gives resellers more managing tools so they can control and manage their end users resource usage.

Reseller can control the following limits:

  • SPEED Limit allows to set CPU limit in terms of % of a single core, or as a fixed number of Hz.
  • PMEM Limit corresponds to...

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