Is command-line PHP included in the LVE?
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Hello,

We have a customer who wants to use \"/usr/local/bin/ffmpeg\" and \"/usr/local/bin/flvtool2\" which are called fr om one of their PHP scripts, to convert some video files.

So their webpage php script runs them using CLI.

Will execution of these programs be \"under\" their user\'s LVE? (ie: These programs are known to use a lot of cpu processing power. I would like to know if their LVE will \"catch\" and lim it them, so the server does not suffer when they try and do video processing or conversion on the shared server...)

Thanks.
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  1. 13.02.2012 21:02:35
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Any program/child process executed by a process inside LVE will be inside LVE as well.

Which basically means that yes, they will be limited.
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