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  1. Redis seems to be the solution for caching nowdays.

    Hopefully there will be a full functioning redis included. The current 'redis' & 'memcached' is for show, since they both does not work.

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  2. PHP Selector compatibility with Nginx

    Hey guys,

    Rather surprised that Nginx isn't compatible out of the box for Cloudlinux features since its one of the biggest softwares on the web serving market and is far superior than apache.

    Its been a year or so since we've waited and hoped for an update. I am sure I speak for many many others who are interested in this feature.

    It would be excellent for this to happen. Thanks guys!

    15 votes
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  3. Support for NodeJS apps

    Python Selector is providing Python Support through mod_passenger and virtualenv.

    It would be awesome if the same could be done for NodeJS apps, using mod_passenger and nodeenv.

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  4. Add selector for different mysql versions

    Hi!
    Is it possible to add selector for different mysql versions?
    The user can choose mysql 5 or 6 and Mariadb.

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  5. Monitoring Network Activity

    As you know there is many cases that hosting accounts can generate network traffic which is not coming from web server,
    For example a Perl or PHP script which download files from other servers and so on.
    Even there's many abusive cases which hacked hosting account begin used for DDoS, therefore I believe monitoring or having stat from hosting accounts network activity like total traffic generated by every user ( except incoming web traffic ) every day would help hosting companies to trouble shoot these cases much easier.
    Currently we found such cases by iptables features but I guess you…

    158 votes
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  6. Directadmin language customisation

    It would be great to be able to language customise areas like select php version or the resource usage page.

    6 votes
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  7. Spamming check and control interface

    I would like suggest you to make a tool for restricting the spamming (both compromised account and injected scripts)

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  8. Allow end-user to see all active processes

    Hello,

    We frequently receive complaints fr om customers that their cpanel account has exceeded their CPU lim it or process lim it. We try to explain how it works, but the customer usually can't believe their account could possibly be consuming so much CPU power or number of processes.

    We currently have no ability to "prove" to the customer they are indeed using too much CPU or processes.

    So, it would be very nice if CloudLinux had the ability to "Show currently running processes" within their cpanel interface.

    I know bluehost has this ability, because there is a "Show processes"…

    111 votes
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  9. Burst Limits - LVE Manager

    Hi,

    I would like to make a suggestion for a possible future feature which you may like to include for CloudLinux.

    As websites become more and more popular, sometimes accounts require more resources than allocated, I think it would be a good idea to add burst limits to CloudLinux LVE Manager, in which hosting providers can choose whether or not to enable these burst limits, and what to enable them on.

    For example, hosts could choose to set the normal SPEED Limit to 30%, but then allow the account to burst up to a maximum of 50% for a set…

    52 votes
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  10. Add Ruby-Selector and Python-Selector for Plesk 12 Web panel

    it would be useful to integrate ruby-selector and python-selector in Plesk. PHP-Selector in Plesk is amazing.

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  11. 14 votes
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  12. Add time series DB support for lvestats

    The lvestats could have support for modern time based db storage backend. Such DB is great foundation for analytic tools. Examples:

    InfluxDB + Grafana http://influxdb.com/
    Elasticsearch + Kibana https://www.elastic.co/products/kibana

    Properly structured time series data would work faster than MySQL or PgSQL backends. Especially when you have hundreds of users per server and millions of rows in resource usage tables. With time based db there is also less headache for maintaining continuously growing 'history' and 'history_gov' tables.

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  13. PHP Selector permited modules

    It would be useful to integrate in the LVE Manager the possibility to select which PHP modules are available for the client to select.
    Basically there should be check boxes for "default" "available" "unavailable".

    At the moment we change the PHP version on user request because we do not want the client to activate some modules.

    45 votes
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  14. API for CloudLinux to create plugins

    I would like to invest into a CloudLinux plugin for a control panel but there's no API documentation just the documentation on http://docs.cloudlinux.com/

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  15. 15 votes
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  16. Full CloudLinux support in OpenVZ/PCS containers.

    Full CloudLinux support in OpenVZ/PCS containers.

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  17. Add "lvestats" to WHM Service Manager

    Hello,

    For some reason, the lvestats sometimes stops running on our CloudLinux servers. It doesn't happen too often, but it does happen.

    So it would be nice if you could add "lvestats" to the WHM Service Manager system, so that it can be monitored and automatically restarted if needed.


    1. Login to WHM.

    2. Click into the "Service Configuration-->Service Manager" page.

    3. Now at the bottom you should see a section for "Additional services".

    4. Please add "lvestats" to this section, so that it can be monitored and auto-restarted.

    If you aren't sure how to do this, please let me know and I can…

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  18. Bandwidth control, per-user-bandwidth limits for cloudLinux users.

    Bandwidth, per-user-bandwidth limits for cloudLinux users.

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  19. Node.JS, or socketing.

    Since Node.Js and socketing with PHP is pretty limited, needs ports etc. It might be a idea, to make it bound to a subdomain or domain. So that it'll use mydomain.com:10000 and customer B can also use mydomain2.com:10000

    Is this possible? would be awesome!

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  20. Compatibility with Virtualmin GLP/PRO

    I really want to use CloudlinuxOS, but in the same time I really like to use Virtualmin as my control panel for web hosting, and I don't want to change that for other panel just to install CloudlinuxOS.

    You should consider to make CloudlinuxOS and the Imunity360 compatible with Virtualmin.

    Thanks!

    18 votes
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