This category holds CloudLinux related topics!!

Now-a-days almost all hosting providers offers CloudLinux especially in a shared environment. CloudLinux was firstly introduced in 2010. It supports major webhosting control panels like cPanel, Plesk and DirectAdmin.

CloudLinux is a Linux based Operating system especially used in a shared environment which isolates each user in its own light weight virtualized environemnts (LVE) which consumes predefined amount of resources allocated for each user. That is, each user will be in a caged environment.

The resource usage of any user won’t affect the stability of another users. Each user will be allocated a specific amount of resources. If a user’s PHP script utilizes the entire resources allocated to it, then it won’t affect other users. Only that particular user will face problems related to this. That particular user will get a “Resource limit reached” error while he access his website.

Read more articles from the list below:

 

Introduction to CloudLinux and its installation guide.

Introduction to CageFS and PHP Selector and its installation – CloudLinux

Advantages of CloudLinux – a detailed view!

What is Entry Processes Limit (EP) in a CloudLinux server?

Managing LVE via command line – lvectl

Why lvetop? A smart tool to monitor CloudLinux resource usage.

 

Errors and solutions:

 

[Solved] 508 Resource Limit Is Reached – cPanel – CloudLinux

[Solved] PHP modules not loading properly – CloudLinux