cPanel / CloudLinux questions about install later, limits and packages
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  1. Garry
  2. Saturday, 18 April 2015
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I am thinking about getting a 2GB VPS and then getting a cPanel license and maybe a CloudLinux license, but have some questions.

1. If I get ta 2 GB VPS and install CentOS 6.x and then get a cPanel license and set it all up, can I install CloudLinux at a later time?

2. Is it possible to use some of the CloudLinux features and limits but not all of them?

3. Is it possible to put CloudLinux on set cPanel/WHM packages?

4. Can I have different CloudLinux settings for different cPanel/WHM packages?

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  1. 18.04.2015 13:04:35
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Steve Venter Accepted Answer
Posts: 28
Joined: 24.06.2010
1. Yes - you can install CL whenever you're ready
2. Yes, you can set whatever you don't want to limit to "unlimited"
3. No - you're running a different OS so you can't exclude some packages from Cloudlinux. You can, however, remove accounts from cagefs, not have any limits for some packages etc
4. Yes.
  1. 18.04.2015 13:04:18
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Richard Hordern Accepted Answer
Posts: 212
Joined: 19.03.2011

I\'m not Cloudlinux support, just another user but I can answer your questions.

1. It\'s actually recommended to install CentOS + cPanel before converting to Cloudlinux.

2. You can disable any limits you want, we disable memory based and process based limits to not have issues with litespeed issues for example.

3. You can associate limits with packages, you don\'t have to set limits to each individual account. In the LVEManager section of cPanel you can set default limits per package.
4. Yes you can have different limits per package.
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