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  1. #1
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    What control panels are Resource Hogs?

    I know that C Panel is a resource hog. Do H Sphere and Ensim use as much resources as C Panel?

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    I dont use control panels .. SSH ownz
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    Originally posted by UH-Matt
    I dont use control panels .. SSH ownz
    Well aren't you a special little one. I don't see how that fits into this thread at all.

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    lol.

    people are always on the offence in these forums

    Jolly good day to you sir.

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    No control panel should be a resource hog.
    As the only job the control panel should need to do is the occational processing whenever the user logs in through the CP.
    Most of the work will be handled by the respective daemons, http, ftp dns and so on.

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    I dont mean to waste another reply on this thread but..

    Haze, go get some ice and chill out
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  7. Plesk is definitely not a resouce hog. I don't think Ensim is much of one either. I'd like to know about H*Sphere myself, and whether that bogs down anything.

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    Originally posted by UH-Matt
    I dont use control panels .. SSH ownz
    same here
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    Hsphere is a resource hog because it is java, and it does take a lot of resources from the server.

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    Originally posted by insiderhosting
    Hsphere is a resource hog because it is java, and it does take a lot of resources from the server.

    -Steven
    The good thing its that you can have the H-Sphere control panel in 1 server, and the rest in others, so, even if the control panel server have a high load, the site wont be affected.

    BTW, I use H-Sphere and I didn't saw to be a resource hog.
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    Jorge,
    You are 100% correct, but none the less, it still is a resource hog, even on it's own server.

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    JFYI, SSH uses resources too.

    Now, back to control panels... Plesk is one control panel that I don't care about.

    So, according to the replies here, it looks like Ensim uses less resources than H Sphere or C Panel. Is that correct.

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    Steve
    Take a look to the Control Panel server top


    last pid: 44121; load averages: 0.01, 0.02, 0.00 up 12+00:10:35 15:58:51
    49 processes: 1 running, 48 sleeping
    CPU states: 0.4% user, 0.0% nice, 0.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 99.6% idle
    Mem: 103M Active, 251M Inact, 72M Wired, 336K Cache, 60M Buf, 72M Free
    Swap: 1000M Total, 1000M Free
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