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Autoscaling cPanel on AWS?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by linux bru, May 16, 2018.

  1. linux bru

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    Hello
    i want to set autoscaling instance's to my whm system. in case the server will be with 80% busy another instance will be active and when the system load will be low the addition will stop working or in case the whm that run stop working another instance will takeover. my whm is base on amazom aws and the mail server mailgun based on google gcp, but can run the whm on google gcp tried already.
    azure i'm waiting for credit to run all the test and oracle i will soon check this option as well.

    Can i do this things with whm or whm offer's a different way to do those things?
     
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    Hello
    yes indeed you understood my question. :) autoscaling and load balancing make it easy to manage it.

    i will vote ok

    What is the system limit as it is today? (if i may ask of course)
    i'm asking because i want to know how many cpanel account's i can add to each whm vps or dedicated.
     
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    Hi @linux bru

    There is no actual limit, the number of accounts you can hold on your system is determined by the resources available.


    Thanks!
     
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    @linux_bru - been trying to figure out autoscaling/ELB for about a year now. looks like too many dependent files and alot of scripting is required to achieve this.
     
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