LU-43: add ability to specify IOPS since lve-utils 1.4-7
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  1. Daniel Parvanov
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I remember i saw this here http://cloudlinux.com/blog/clnews/445.php

I'm using 1.4-18, I try to search the docs how to set that 

Search results for: iops No results found.


Westerday got problem with abusing customer on my hdd service hitting my raid with over 2000 iops with low io speed (stupid wordpress plugin) and it was unpleasant experience :(
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  1. 19.09.2014 10:09:46
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Daniel Parvanov Accepted Answer
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Nobody knows, I\'ll send ticket to support then
  1. 19.09.2014 10:09:21
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Scott Neader Accepted Answer
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Sadly, that seems to be the best way to get answers.  That is unfortunate, because if the problems were addressed in the forums, then others could benefit from the answers.

- Scott
  1. 20.09.2014 13:09:31
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The version that supports IOPS was released just friday to beta
http://www.cloudlinux.com/blog/clnews/beta-iops-high-precission-cpu-limits-and-more.php

It requires to reboot to a new kernel.
  1. 21.09.2014 18:09:51
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Thanks Igor, but I\'m not sure that beta is ok for my production. I use Kernel Care to update my kernel... but I\'ll install it on another server to test it upcoming week
  1. 21.09.2014 23:09:14
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This are fairly large scale new features - we don\'t know yet if we will make them available via KernelCare.
I hope this new kernel will go into produciton within next 2 weeks.
  1. 22.09.2014 20:09:14
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Today I got issues again :( so i remove Kernel Care (Still Plan to use it but when this kernel become available) and install the updates... seems they work ok... I  applyed to all LVEs defensive  limit of 80 iops ... I'm wondering if I switch MySQL governor fr om abuser to all will iops lim it then apply to mysql processes 
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