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We'd like to have a way to see ALL or reseller accounts LVE statistics.
Add an ACL to cPanel Reseller Center (like CSF has) to be able to "at least" see LVE statistics for their reseller owned cPanel accounts.
In our case:
We have alot of managed cPanel servers. These customers have 1 cPanel Reseller account to create/manage accounts/dns. They do not have root.
As it is now we have to create screenshots or use lveinfo to give them statistics over what is happening with their clients when a server gets low on RAM, CPU etc.10 votes
Hopefully there will be a full functioning redis included. The current 'redis' & 'memcached' is for show, since they both does not work.86 votes
Object Cache Module of the WP Optimization Suite has been released for CloudLinux OS Solo. Solution for CloudLinux OS Shared PRO will be available in about a month.
It would be great to see a cPanel 11.50 (or newer) AMI in the AWS marketplace now that CloudLinux 7 is supported by cPanel.
Make it possible to modify IOPS (yes, IOPS, not IO) limits for packages using plugin for cPanel and DirectAdmin.5 votes
This should be available in Q4 2014 via new UI
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"…114 votes
The work on it started some time ago, and currently we are testing it for CL7 & CL6 kernels
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