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The work on it started some time ago, and currently we are testing it for CL7 & CL6 kernels
I copied the following text from a competitor site:
"Unused dedicated resources are automatically re-allocated to eliminate waste. Also, when limit-exceeding users are “jailed,” they are not automatically throttled. They share jail core resources, so if the jail has few members, their CPU access may increase. This protects the masses while helping, when possible, those with even higher demands. In addition, users and programs may use swap space beyond their physical RAM memory usage limits."2 votes
if users which overflow your limits then will restrict temporarily your resources.1 vote
We'd like you to add https://pecl.php.net/package/gnupg to PHP selector.
Thank you!0 votes
We’re using /etc/cl.selector/php.conf to add our own php.ini directives to selector. However, some of them are deprecated in some versions - or there are completely new ones in higher versions or with other defaults.
It would be great if you could create for instance php56.conf php70.conf etc which would be used instead of php.conf if it exists.0 votes
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