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Cloudlinux server for 1 site permit max resources

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by basketmen, Oct 27, 2015.

  1. basketmen

    basketmen Well-Known Member

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    in my server there is only 1 site
    i am using cloudlinux just to be able using the PHP Selector


    so maybe it is better if that 1 site can using all the server resources, please give suggestion the appropriate settings for it
    here are screenshot from WHM > CloudLinux LVE Manager > Packages > Edit :
    LVE Manager settings.jpg

    am i already set it correctly?





    here are screenshot from Server Information, its have 2 processors :
    Server InformationProcessor Information.jpg



    and here is from Service Status, very many the server resources that still not used yet, this is in peak time :
    Server Load 1.61 (2 CPUs)
    Memory Used 12.94% (1,573,164 of 12,157,568)



    please give suggestion, which still need to correct or better settings
     
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    To avail all resource in cloudlinux server, use the below command to set the user to unlimited.

    # lvectl set-user [User Name] --unlimited
     
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    I you ask me - there is no real point in having CloudLinux for just one site. I would even skip cPanel (sorry....) for single website and setup everything manually and keep mail on some other server. That would be the fastest setup ever. Power of CloudLinux is in user resource isolation. But when you only have one user - there's no big point in that.
     
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    thank you, but i am prefer just edit in CloudLinux LVE Manager page, is it above settings already correct to unlimited/use all server resources?


    the reason is in first post, just to be able using the PHP Selector, already tried nixtree phpselector, but only support php 5.2-5.5, not completed & supported like cloudlinux
     
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    Well, if you compile webserver (apache, nginx) and php manually - you can do whatever you want - compile version you need and switch when you need. Yes.. Manually-inside-config-files, but stilll.. How often do you do this? Sorry for offtopic.. ;)
     
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    up, please help guys am i already set the LVE settings correctly?
    for using all the server resources?
     
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