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I saw a small blurb in the press release about a MySQL Governor module that is currently in beta. Any way to opt in to help test this? This is something I\'m definitely interested in for our servers.
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  1. 05.08.2010 13:08:33
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Sorry about that -- we will try making it available next week. We just have so many things going on/so much demand after HostingCon, that it taking us much more then we expected.
  1. 05.08.2010 18:08:24
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Totally understand. Glad things are really picking up!
  1. 16.09.2010 09:09:31
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It took much longer then expected, but beta version has been released.
Please, try it on non-production servers first
http://www.cloudlinux.com/docs/mysqlgovernor.php

Any feedback will be appreciated.
  1. 16.09.2010 16:09:00
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Is the CloudLinux MySQL just a userstats patched version of MySQL? If so I\'m guessing if you\'re running Percona builds, MariaDB or even your own patched version it\'s not necessary to run the MySQL server provided by CloudLinux?
  1. 16.09.2010 17:09:44
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Tony,

It is a bit modified version of userstats that have higher resolution for cpu usage.
It also has a patch that allows to \"disconnect\" users by setting connection limit to -1.
If you don\'t want to use \"freeze\" feature (disconnect user completely) -- you might be able to use Percona/MariaDB
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