I just installed CFS for testing to see if it can replace a very basic feature I use on a bash script. But right after enabling it I get flooded with emails about Excessive resource usage from their LFD feature. This was one of the reasons I did not wanted to use it for some many years, because I think its a little to blooded, I just need a basic GUI for iptables. I read their documentation and even the posts here on WHT from the developer and it says you can turn the process tracking feature off or put the lists of process, this can´t be done as its spamming me about /usr/bin/php process which is mainly PHP process. I set the setting PT_LIMIT = 0 And it does nothing. Im still getting the emails. How exactly do you turn process tracking off? Because as far as I see if I just turn the email notification off, it will just do that, not actually turn process tracking off. How exactly do I turn the process tracking feature completely off? As a side note, the port scanning started to block external servers which connect remotely to MYSQL (that is not port scan) so I turned it off. Of course the other solution if to add the IPs to the white lists except that I could not find how to do something very basic which I would love in the Webmin iptables interface. I want to whitelist some IP but only for some specific ports, not all of them...which is what CSF seems to do when you add an IP to the allowed list, it allows that IP for everything.