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    Cloudlinux for Shared Hosting

    What's the Cloudlinux configuration for a shared hosting?
    How does it work to isolate one account to other accounts?

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    Totally agree!

    CloudLinux is an awesome product and one would be crazy to operate a shared hosting business without it.
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    Cloudlinux is really great for shared hosting and can limit each and every resources such memory, CPU, IO , inodes and mysql.
    Another interesting modules are Cagefs and php selector which is perfect for shared hosting environment.

    Perfect for maintaining shared server performances. For normal hosting accounts, it would be
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    20EP
    512MB memory
    1024kpbs IO
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    Depending on plan/requirement we can modify specific container configurations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simondynaboot View Post
    Cloudlinux is really great for shared hosting and can limit each and every resources such memory, CPU, IO , inodes and mysql.
    Another interesting modules are Cagefs and php selector which is perfect for shared hosting environment.

    Perfect for maintaining shared server performances. For normal hosting accounts, it would be
    ----------
    20EP
    512MB memory
    1024kpbs IO
    ----------

    Depending on plan/requirement we can modify specific container configurations.
    http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.htm...nding_lve.html
    http://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.htm...e_manager.html

    512MB ram is not a normal hosting setup :-) This is high already and if you have few ram, you can easily ran out of it in no time if all accounts are using them.
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  6. 256mb is more than approriate, 512 is a little overkill

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    +1 to Cloudlinux.

    Depending on your available server resources, you can adjust the settings. If you have more resources on your server (RAM/CPU), you can set little high limit.
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    Cloudlinux is great for shared hosting server. I think cPanel should have some bundled offer for cPanel + CloudLinux.
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    Quote Originally Posted by net View Post
    512MB ram is not a normal hosting setup :-) This is high already and if you have few ram, you can easily ran out of it in no time if all accounts are using them.
    Yes, That is a lil high.
    But most of the recent plugins and themes for any CMS needs more memory. If you are running socialengines, Joomla and memory consuming plugins for wordpress 256MB would be too low and it may cause frustration to your clients.

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    256MB is too small for some popular PHP applications. 512MB seems excessive at first, but it will reduce customer frustration. If you set it to 256MB, you will get extra support tickets and complaints.
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    So this settings is fine?
    20EP
    512MB memory
    1024kpbs IO

    My clients websites uses more memory and has more traffic.

    Here is my server specs
    e3 CPU
    16GB RAM
    RAID-10 storage

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    yes, totally agree that its totally worth it. I got to test it out a few years ago when hawkhost was one the early adopters. Now, we use it on our servers also.

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    Yes. If your site needs memory than ordinary website, these should work perfectly.

    Quote Originally Posted by four4 View Post
    So this settings is fine?
    20EP
    512MB memory
    1024kpbs IO

    My clients websites uses more memory and has more traffic.

    Here is my server specs
    e3 CPU
    16GB RAM
    RAID-10 storage

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    Quote Originally Posted by four4 View Post
    So this settings is fine?
    20EP
    512MB memory
    1024kpbs IO

    My clients websites uses more memory and has more traffic.

    Here is my server specs
    e3 CPU
    16GB RAM
    RAID-10 storage
    Yes, those settings should be fine. Good luck with it. You will really like CloudLinux. It does an excellent job.
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    The settings you use are 100% dependent on your server's resources and what kind of web hosting plan(s) you want to offer your customers.

    Anyone who posts that you should use "x" RAM limits is like saying you should offer a hosting plan with "y" disk space.

    What's right for you is right for *you*... not necessarily anyone else.

    What I recommend is using the defaults provided by cloudlinux, and then increase or lower them slowly, depending on your business goals and desired objectives for your company. (ie: How many accounts you want to cram into one server, based on how much resources that server has available.)
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