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cPanel won't support CloudLinux

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by optize, May 2, 2010.

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  1. optize

    optize Well-Known Member

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    I have an issue with the control panel (it tells the user they have unlimited space, even though their plan is not unlimited)

    cPanel says this is because we run CloudLinux and they will not support it, because it's not CentOS.

    Even though it is CentOs, just the CloudLinux kernel (to limit cpu/memory usage) This has nothing to do with a display issue in WHM.

    ... what?
     
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    David,

    That will be great. More and more operations are now based on cloud.
     
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    Closing this thread because:

    1. It is really a feature request; and
    2. A feature request thread now exists; and
    3. Keeping this thread will introduce unnecessary confusion
     
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