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  1. 24.09.2013 19:09:10
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What happens if you set EP higher than NPROC?

Also how does CloudLinux decide which one is a concurrent process and which one goes to nproc?

Like process that last more than 1 second or 1 ms goes to nproc otherwise its a concurrent one?

A process that last 1 minute would be in nproc correct? So if I send 50 x 1 minute process, I would have 50 EP but for how long until they go into nproc?

I need to try to see which limit is actually the one that will cause resource usage in a server, because there is no point in having a fixed limit for concurrent process if the user then has unlimited process running in the background.
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