Ksmith08

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Hi guys

So recently i bought a VPS with CentOS7 + cPanel + cloudlinux license from A2 hosting. After deployment only I realized it's a Openvz server. So i contacted cloudlinux and they told me they don't support OpenVZ 7. Now that's a bummer..

I'm a web developer, and I have 20-25 wordpress sites. My main concern in, I dont like to see 1 of my site causing CPU load and crash all other sites/server. That is the main reason i wanted to signup for cloudlinux..

So my question - is there any option in cPanel just to control one particular cPanel accounts processes/load etc? like LVE limits?

Lets say i decided that Im just gonna run CentOs7 without cloudlinux, do you think I can control the load spike etc with cPanel software?
 

cPanelLauren

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cPanel has package limits but they're really not like LVE's limits, ultimately nothing is really going to compare to the work that they've put into making CloudLinux's LVE the tool that it is.

Though, ensuring that your sites are properly optimized, updated and properly secured would inevitably limit the likelihood of one website crashing the server it won't prohibit them from doing so.
 
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ZenHostingTravis

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Hi KSmith08,

I can understand your disappointment.

We had a VPS with OpenVZ virtualisation and we installed Cloudlinux and some features worked but if you only have 25 websites, any competent developer or web hosting company would assist you migrate your 25 websites to a KVM VPS (which is what I recommend you use).

You can only monitor the overall load on the server.