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How would you set certian limits to a package?

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by DWHS.net, Feb 10, 2012.

  1. DWHS.net

    DWHS.net Well-Known Member
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    For example I would want our micro plan to allow less CPU and RAM then our business plan.

    How do you set the limits in cloudlinux and then have the cpanel package use that custom limit?

    This is my first day with CL so bare with me, also is there tutorials on CL, I can't find any manuals or help on it pertaining to Cpanel.

    Thanks,
     
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    Currently there isn't any way to limit per package, but, that is suppose to be in the works and a much welcome feature...
     
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    So it's just a server wide limit? Or can you limit a particular user?

    Also what is a LVE?
     
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    You can limit it to a certain user. The way I'm currently doing it is have a default that I use for my most used package and then when another package is purchased, manually modify it in cPanel using WHM >> Server Configuration >> CloudLinux LVE Manager.

    LVE is Lightweight Virtual Environment.
     
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    I got it, I was thinking the same thing for the users. That will work for now, would be nice though to have it incorporated into the packages.

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    second this!
    any idea of that this feature did not come with 11.36?
     
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