exclude LVE & process more than 100% CPU
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Hello :

- How Can exclude specify user or domain fr om lim iting of Process in LVE ?? I it possible ?


- some user process going up from 100% CPU !! How can resolve this problem ? because LVE stop that process when going UP from 100 % ??

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  1. 21.04.2011 06:04:53
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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1. There is no way to exclude individual domain. You can adjust limits, and set it very high for that domain (which would do same thing)

2. Are you monitoring it via top? If yes -- please read this:
https://helpdesk.cloudlinux.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/Article/View/39/0/why-do-i-see-processes-using-more-cpu-that-i-set-the-limit-for
  1. 21.04.2011 07:04:39
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Thanks.

what is this ? \"Number of Cores Per LVE\" ??

Thank
  1. 21.04.2011 07:04:50
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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number of cores (CPUs) that processes within any particular LVE are allowed to use.
So, if you have a site, and ncpu is set to 1, all processes belonging to that site will be able to use just one core
If you have ncpu set to 2 -- all those processes will be able to use 2 cores..
  1. 21.04.2011 08:04:12
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OK ... I find an other Problem. My Server have 4 Core.
But I can\'t set LVE ncpu to more than 1 .

Why ?
  1. 21.04.2011 08:04:18
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yes, you can. The only thing is that you need to reboot after that.
lvectl set default --ncpu=2 --save
reboot

will do it.
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