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I have two servers with Plesk 12.5 and CloudLinux 7. On first system directory /usr/share/cagefs-skeleton/ contains mostly empty subdirectories and all is about 144 MB.

On second installation the same directory contains all my databases and proc. It's about 40 GB. I wonder this is normal? If not how can I solve this problem? Can I safely rebuild cagefs skeleton?
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  1. 20.03.2017 15:03:17
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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First situation (144Mb) is not normal. Estimated size for cagefs-skeleton is ~6-8Gb , it depends from system and number of installed software, but mostly depends from config files in /etc/cagefs/conf.d/ directory .

As well /var/lib/mysql/ is mointed inside cagefs-skeleton, so if you have large databases they are counted towards used skeleton space.
  1. 25.03.2017 07:03:12
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Can I safely exclude databases from cagefs? /var/lib/mysql is mouted on SSD disks but cagefs not. I think this situation can make negative effect for performance.
  1. 27.03.2017 18:03:20
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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Actually the only mysql.sock is needed. Please check my older reply in this thread: https://www.cloudlinux.com/forum/forum18/topic929#reply-4663
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