CloudLinux releases resource allocation controls for resellers
New Reseller Limits feature of the CloudLinux OS, the #1 OS for hosting providers, gives resellers control over end-user resources to help boost revenues and improve stability of servers.
Are you a web hosting provider selling cPanel-based web hosting services? In a recent episode of the CloudLinux Academy, CloudLinux has revealed a new feature that allows reseller accounts to control resource allocations within the CloudLinux LVE manager for their sub-users.
LVE Manager version 3.0-18 now includes reseller limits, which allow resellers to manage end-user usage.
Now hosters can set limits for the resources each reseller can operate with. Hoster also provides controls to the reseller on what resources each end-user will have.
To find out more on how to operate Reseller Limits, please read this documentation article. We also recommend watching the CloudLinux Academy webinar below, where our CEO and Founder Igor Seletskiy reviews the Reseller Limits functionality.
Please, note that if you use CloudLinux 6 kernel you would have to first migrate to a Hybrid kernel 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3.el6h. Follow the instruction below to do so at https://docs.cloudlinux.com/index.html?hybrid_kernel.html.
To install new beta from our update-testing repository, please use the following command:
yum install kernel lve cagefs lvemanager lve-utils lve-stats --disableexcludes=all --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing
yum update kmod-aacraid kmod-cciss kmod-dell-dm-switch kmod-drbd84 kmod-drbd90 kmod-e1000e kmod-flashcache kmod-igb kmod-ixgbe kmod-microsoft-hyper-v kmod-r8168 kmod-tg3 kmod-sysdig kmod-xtables-addons --enablerepo=cloudlinux-updates-testing --disableexcludes=all
To downgrade, please load system from previous kernel (1.65 for CloudLinux 7) and run the following command:
rpm -e --nodeps kernel-3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.3
yum install kmod-lve
yum downgrade lvemanager lve-utils lve-stats alt-python27-cllib