266 results found
It's a good way to hide cpu statistics from users because sometimes CPU burst too much and many clients think that hosting is too slow but actually it process something at backend.1 vote
Append your existing raw data through Data Enrichment Services to attract quality leads. Use Data Enrichment to make well-informed business decisions.4 votes
I would like to limit Database Quotas in our cPanel server like below:
Database Table Size:
DB Queries Execution Times:
The limits would be different on each shared hosting plan.
How to implement that, is there any idea?3 votes
The existing logs for KernelCare are apparently merged into system messages but they should be separated and viewable (especially from the cPanel WHM Plugin for Imunify360 KernelCare tab) so that customers can see activity.
Right now, I cannot easily see that KernelCare has done ANYTHING! There is no simple method to view logs and there is NO methods to setup notifications, either! When I look at all the tabs for Imunify360, there are tons of different activities shown. Why can't KernelCare at least show what it has done to maintain the system?5 votes
Recent instructions to test PHP X-Ray suggested that you first make sure you are running LVE Manager version 6.2 or later. However, when you open LVE Manager via WHM, there is no indication what version you are running. I suggest adding this somewhere inside LVE Manager.3 votes
Sidebar icon needs to be updated to appear correctly in Plesk Obsidian.
user can manage and kill process in his account and see his cpu / disk / ram usage for each top processes
kill process should work for mysql and php webserver processes. because when a user in cloud linux overload he cannot manage his process and should ask us to reset the limits5 votes
Recently we had a user who's Android app was fetching 2 files from user's account. While CL show absolutely no load, the user had 1000+ connections to web server from DIFFERENT IPs. As it is not DDoS attack not CSF nor mod_evasive were triggered.
Would be good to limit such connections, because a single user was able to crash Apache many times...
Thank you16 votes
Would it be possible to manage PHP versions by sub-domains as proposed by PLESK by default but via the PHP SLECTOR of CloudLinux?17 votes
It would be nice to have an interface like gitea, bitbucket, gitlab and github available to manage and share the cPanel git repositories.10 votes
Would be really nice if CloudLinux could support the use of Dart and Flutter, both have a huge share in the developer market as people are starting to use them.3 votes
Currently via cl-quota you can specify inode limits per package.
Improve cl-quota to be able and set inode limits to all existing packages.
We maintenance specific/known reseller packages to certain soft/hard inode limit:
Reseller 1 - 200000 200000
However the reseller can create custom packages that wont be limited:
Client 2GB - 0 0 Clients for 1GB - 0 0 Clients for 5GB - 0 0
We want to make sure all packages are limited constantly.
Looking for an "--all" argument for packages.
Please add Ukrainian language1 vote
We Constantly receive tickets about "could you please increase upload-max-filesize? i've change my php version successfully but can't find upload-max-filesize?"
so what if put PHP Extensions and PHP Options in a single page so customers can see all available extensions and options in same page (Directadmin).
Best Regards31 votes
LVE Manager Notification items should format dates and times per local/regional settings.1 vote
Like happens with Imunify 360 Manager, to be used by resellers of Cloudlinux, for example.1 vote
would be to create a weekly or monthly image of the total operating system, so we can safely store the full backup if the operating system is hacked or compromised by malicious script can be restored to a safe point.1 vote
We want full CloudLinux support for CentOS Web Panel.4 votes
Please can we request Phalcon v4 extension is added to alt-php.
Thank you.1 vote
It needs to be done, Perfomance difference is very high and it's a lot of better solution than MariaDB...3 votes
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