Should I have .cagefs and .pki folders in my user account folders?
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Hi,

I have installed CloudLinux trial and install CageFS and PHP Selector.

On another hosting provider I use, who uses CloudLinux they have .cagefs and .pki folders in the user account (/home/USERNAME/) folder.

Should my server have these folders?

Thanks
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  1. 01.10.2015 03:10:26
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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Hi,

Not sure about .pki inside cagefs users directory, maybe it is some server custom setup. However .cagefs should be there for all users who have cagefs enabled.
  1. 01.10.2015 10:10:28
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 Hi,

Thanks for the reply I think I have, it working now just need to test it a bit more.
I installed mod_lsapi and then recompiled PHP/Apahce using EasyApache and ithe .cagefs folder appeared in my test account..
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