Separate names with a comma.
You could create an account using the API; (Create Account), then you could probably look through the API for a way to edit DNS Records.
Yes, suHosin and after even taking out suHosin it is still high. Something changed, because before I added in suHosin this wasn't happening....
Recently I changed my Apache settings to use suHosin, after doing this my server loads have been in the 40+ range. Has anyone else had this problem?
Do you have eAccelerator installed?
I'm going to try taking out eAccelerator and see how this turns out.
EDIT: Taking out eAccelerator has brought down the server load drastically...
I go into Main -> Packages -> Edit Packages but when I hit update it only shows one account it has updated when I know it has more than one....
When I update a package in WHM, it only updates one of the accounts. Any idea why on this?
I've seen a lot of debate on sites, some saying do not use as it's a resource hog and others saying use it. What are your thoughts on it?
That fixed it. Thank you.
I have in Pre Main Include
It still max's out to 256.
Just tried that still isn't working.
Total accesses: 39472 - Total Traffic: 529.0 MB
CPU Usage: u3.12 s.9 cu0 cs0 - 2.3% CPU load
In the include editor I set ServerLimit 450 and MaxClients 430, but for some reason Apache still does not allow more than 256.