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    laurens commented  · 

    Also, If I recall correctly, I red somewhere that they were already busy with it, though it will not support < 6.

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    laurens commented  · 

    Agree, but it seems like that the optimimum cache uses the sha1 hash that ext4 uses, while XFS does not.

    Will be a hard switch, though. Good luck to that.

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    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.

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    laurens commented  · 

    Yes, stupid of me, I was searching the docs but could not find anything about it, so I assumed it was already inside the package *FACEPALM*.

    I had memcached installed, but it was not enabled. It acted like it worked but did not save anything, and redis said server went away, so I thought it kept crashing :P

    I want to use the caching for a shared hosting, but is it safe to use? I wouldn't want customers to share the same space with other people.

    I installed redis with this: https://nixtree.com/blog/install-redis-daemon-and-redis-php-extention-on-centosrhelcpanel/

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    laurens commented  · 

    Agree, it's indeed a bit annoying, there could be a direct link.

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    laurens commented  · 

    Well, Optimumcache is used to cache files, it has an (md5 or sha1) hash of files, and keep count of the calls. The most important data is stored on the optimumcache drive.

    But this does not include the username of the users. To make this option avaliable, there will be more overhead, and this is not a smart idea to do.

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    Also having users that uses the cache does not mean that he needs a better server, it just means that files is important and is probably used by more accounts, so it's seen as hotfile that will use the SSD instead, because it's has the most loads.

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    laurens commented  · 

    +1, it could be interesting to have, it's true that some has problems with resources since the limit is easily reached in some cases, there are still people that runs a damn intensive application or does not know that using limits is important when executing mysql queries. While loops is an issue too for some.

    A 'Kill' switch would be nice to clear up the processes.

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    laurens commented  · 

    +2 votes, Monitoring netwerk activity is important, but I also think they could include a limiting of netwerk resources.

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    laurens commented  · 

    Well, the idea is good but it already exists:
    http://configserver.com/cp/cxs.html

    For the spamming, well, there is no way, csf + scan outgoing mails could be enough. But it would be great for a possiblity to limit network though.....

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    laurens commented  · 

    Yes, cloudlinux is awesome, but this is a basic that could have been implanted already. Sad, it isn't there yet.

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