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cPanel accounts and performance

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by joomla, Jun 18, 2015.

  1. joomla

    joomla Well-Known Member

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    Hello,

    I have 1 question that is very important for me. I do thank you for all answers in advance. :)

    We need to transfer 5 websites from one cpanel server to new one cpanel server.

    On old server all 5 websites are installed under 1 cpanel account - 1 domain is primary, another 4 websites are installed as addons.

    My question is:

    If we separate each web site by creating 5 cpanel accounts and install each web site on different account - could we expect better web sites performance and faster web sites?

    Is somehow server resources are limited on dedicated cPanel server that has only 1 cpanel account, and all websites installed under it?

    Once again thanks to all! Best regards!
     
  2. LostNerd

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    All websites share the resources on a cPanel server. The only limitation to this is if you are using a third party plugin or CloudLinux which allows you to limit specific resources per account.

    Even as addon domains, cPanel should treat them in the same way as it would treat the main domain with no limitations.

    HTH.
     
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  3. joomla

    joomla Well-Known Member

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    Many, Many thank you LN ! :)

    This answer is very important to me.

    Best regards!

    P.S:
    If you have a time, I would like to ask you - which third party plugins can be used to limit user resources on cPanel - I know for cloud linux and I use it on Shared Hosting. I also know for some program but I do forgot its name.
     
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    there was betterlinux but its shutting down in July RIP
     
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