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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by julio ramos, May 26, 2018.

  1. julio ramos

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    Hello, in a vps if I create a single cpanel account, it account consumes all the vps resources like cpu, ram, etc.?
    I have a script to create virtual stores, one per user
     
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    I still do not contract the vps
    I want to say that if I create a single cpanel account, this cpanel account CAN make use of all the resources.
    The opposite of cloudlinux, that each account are assigned resources
     
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    Hello @julio ramos,

    There's nothing in-place by default to prevent an account from using up the server's resources. You'd need to install a third-party product such as CloudLinux if you want to restrict an account based on resource usage, or manually tune Apache and MySQL to reject connections once specific thresholds (e.g. Max Connections) are met.

    Thank you.
     
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