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  1. ahmad matalqah
  2. Saturday, 06 August 2011
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hello all,

i was searching for a long time for a way to limit users resource usage on my linux server , Finally i found cloudlinux .

But unfortunately , its not doing the work , its installed perfectly and the plugin is controlling the suers and giving limits.

and it limit one to
1% CPU ,
128 RAM ,
Entry processes 1,
Number of cores per LVE 1

and i did test that user website from external server and make this command

ab -n 500000 -c 200 http://mydomain

but the load goes up to 40 in the server containing the user, not controlled by clodelinux . it\'s the same as if the user out of cloudelinux control , NO DIFFERENCE.

Any suggestion guys ?
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  1. 06.08.2011 08:08:50
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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The most common problem with directadmin is that php handler doesn\'t match the one in AllowedHandlersin modhostinglimits.conf
Check your handlers for suPHP/mod_php (depending on which one you are running), and then the one in modhostinglimits.conf

Also, just in case -- if you hit static page, CL does nothing. We only limit php/cgi scripts.

If you have any problems configuring CL, contact our support at helpdesk.cloudlinux.com
  1. 09.08.2011 07:08:31
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Maciej Wójcikowski Accepted Answer
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Igor Seletskiy wrote:
Also, just in case -- if you hit static page, CL does nothing. We only limit php/cgi scripts.

Is it the same with mod_ruid2?
  1. 09.08.2011 10:08:48
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Yes, same with mod_ruid2
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