Basic Questions Regarding Disk IO Limits
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  1. Scott Neader
  2. Sunday, 12 January 2014
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I have CloudLinux installed on a CentOS 6.5 server running cPanel/WHM.  The LVE Manager in WHM has setting limits for CPU, Memory and Concurrent Connections.  There is no setting for Disk IO limits.  So, I thought maybe I do not have this feature.  

However, when I issue the command
# lsmod | grep iolimits

I get the output:
iolimits                4597  2

When I look in /etc/sysconfig/iolimits, I see:
IOLIMITS_ENABLED=yes

So... the question is... is IO Limits a beta feature that would require me to do some special installation outside of the standard CloudLinux installation?  Or what could explain the missing IO Limits settings in WHM's LVE Manager?

Thanks!

- Scott
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  1. 12.01.2014 05:01:50
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Igor Seletskiy Accepted Answer
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Please, try doing:
yum install lvemanager

I think you have old LVE manager / bundled with cPanel.
  1. 12.01.2014 14:01:23
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Scott Neader Accepted Answer
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Igor, that solved the problem.  Strange that cPanel "bundled" the old LVE Manager, and I didn't automatically get the new one.  

- Scott
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