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Reseller Limits Beta is now available for DirectAdmin!

Reseller Limits Beta is now available for DirectAdmin!

Reseller Limits Beta is now available for DirectAdmin!
You asked — we do! LVE Manager version 3.1-4 with Reseller Limits support for DirectAdmin is released to Beta! CloudLinux OS team has been working on this feature for over twenty months and we are happy it is now available for more customers! All the Reseller Limits features and improvements that were previously introduced to the cPanel and Plesk u...
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Reseller Limits Beta is now available for Plesk!

Reseller Limits Beta is now available for Plesk!

Reseller Limits Beta is now available for Plesk!


You asked — we do! LVE Manager version 3.1-3 with Reseller Limits support for Plesk is released to Beta! CloudLinux OS team has been working on this feature for over twenty months and we are happy it is now available for more customers! All the Reseller Limits features and improvements that were previously introduced to the cPanel users are now ava...
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Do CloudLinux limits control all end user' CPU & IO usage in MySQL?

Do CloudLinux limits control all end user' CPU & IO usage in MySQL?

Do CloudLinux limits control all end user' CPU & IO usage in MySQL?
CloudLinux LVE has a limitation today in regards of what accounted towards CPU/IO usage by end user. There are sections in MySQL and MariaDB code that are executed under global mutexes (the mutex/lock that affects all MySQL users). As the result, if CloudLinux would limit one user while in 'locked' section - user might be throttled, and it would ta...
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No single website can bring down your server

No single website can bring down your server

No single website can bring down your server

Learn the difference between LVE limits & Apache RLimits What makes both shared hosting provider and its customers happy? Stable servers, of course! The problem is that even a single site can easily bring the servers to a halt by consuming its CPU, memory, and IO resources. The best way to improve your server stability is to limit and partition...
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Igor Seletskiy
I am really sorry about your experience. Yet, we don't control CloudLinux implementation on Odin. While integration for cPanel and... Read More
Sunday, 22 April 2018 16:49
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