Further integration with cPanel/WHM ?
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  1. James Baldwin
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I just setup a new Xen domain with CloudLinix and installed cPanel. So far everything looks good and I\'m understanding how LVE and mod_hostinglimits can work here.

I was wondering if CloudLinux is planning on doing more to integrate with cPanel\'s package manager or a similar solution that would allow us to automate setting an account\'s cpu limits from within cPanel/WHM?

Or is this something we should start developing on our own?

Thanks,
James
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  1. 20.04.2010 05:04:17
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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James,

At this moment we don\'t plan to provide plugins. Our hope is that if we provide command line tools, and there is enough demand from end users -- control panel providers will add such tools themselves. I spoke with control panel vendors -- and they told me that if they see demand from their client base, they would implement it.
Some (not cPanel) already have a schedule for it.

Of course our plans might chance, but at this moment I am concentrating all dev. resources that I have on improving LVE, adding IO & MySQL limits.
  1. 21.04.2010 03:04:48
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Adam Heavens Accepted Answer
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A cPanel plugin would be a very useful addition. We could look at a community developed option?

I would be more then happy to help.

Best regards
  1. 21.04.2010 03:04:48
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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I know some people started to work on such plugin. I will forward this this post.
  1. 21.04.2010 04:04:41
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Igor Seletskiy wrote:
I know some people started to work on such plugin. I will forward this this post.


Great thanks!
  1. 21.04.2010 06:04:01
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Guillermo Calvo Accepted Answer
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Yes Igor is right

We are working in a cpanel pluging for resource control based in Cloudlinux, a beta version should be out soon (around a month)
  1. 21.04.2010 06:04:37
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Guillermo Calvo wrote:
Yes Igor is right



We are working in a cpanel pluging for resource control based in Cloudlinux, a beta version should be out soon (around a month)


Thanks for the information, if you need a beta tester I am happy to help.

Best regards
  1. 21.04.2010 07:04:25
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Guillermo,

If you need beta testers, I\'ll be happy to help as well.

Will this be a free plugin or are you planning this as a commercial offering?

Thanks,
James
  1. 21.04.2010 17:04:06
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Guillermo Calvo Accepted Answer
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James Baldwin wrote:
Guillermo,



If you need beta testers, I\'ll be happy to help as well.



Will this be a free plugin or are you planning this as a commercial offering?



Thanks,

James


It will be a commercial plugin but nothing expensive

Some planed features:

- Resource control (CPU, MySQL and I/O) for end users
- Resource control (CPU, MySQL and I/O) for resellers
- Ability to set resource quota per package
- End user can see their current and past resource usage from their cpanel
- Resellers can see and set resource quotas for their customers
- Resource abusers can be auto suspended or alerted by email

I will update this post as soon as we have a working beta, please let me know if you have any other suggestion

Guillermo
  1. 21.04.2010 17:04:15
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Guillermo Calvo Accepted Answer
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Adam Heavens wrote:
Guillermo Calvo wrote:

Yes Igor is right







We are working in a cpanel pluging for resource control based in Cloudlinux, a beta version should be out soon (around a month)




Thanks for the information, if you need a beta tester I am happy to help.



Best regards


Thank You, I\'m sure I will need beta tester I will let you know
  1. 17.07.2010 12:07:42
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Is there any update on this cPanel plugin ?
  1. 14.09.2010 09:09:48
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Beta of cPanel plugin released:
http://www.cloudlinux.com/docs/whmplugin.php
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