What is Cloudlinux OS?

The web hosting technology in the world so quickly switch from one to another technology. Today there are probably some people who still lay confused What is CloudLinux OS.

Most Operating System that people often use to web hosting business is Linux CentOS, which is in the value Centos most compatible with software / scripts / control panels are usually used for web hosting instance when integrated into cPanel/WHM.

What's the CloudLinux OS?
CloudLinux OS is also a kind of CentOS distribution but with the advantages technology called LVE (Lightweight Virtual Environment Technology), LVE serves to isolate from each account in cPanel/WHM server.

So every user in the server will receive rations of resources that have been specified, such as the owners of the servers we allocated limits:
CPU: 25%
RAM: 512 MB

That mean each cPanel account on the server can only use a maximum limit allocated, so that the actions of an account that is abusive (using power on a large) will not impact users aware of others in the server.

What if an account reaches the limit allocated?
When an account reaches the limit, the process of web publishing will cease to be: "Internal server error or Error Page 503", it will take place when the cpu and ram one of these accounts as not stalled, after the use of cpu and ram down then ration back to normal, then the web would can be reinstated.

It is most adopted by the hosting providers / web developers to manage client websites easily so that the core of the subject in the article is: "no one user who will spend their entire server resources". Users in one server will be more convenient because it does not interfere with another account that takes up a lot of CPU and RAM. The applicability of the CloudLinux OS will minimize server downtime and be more stable.

All Cheap Hosting Malaysia servers using CloudLinux OS to get more stability for all users.

Web Hosting with CloudLinux OS is NOT Cloud Hosting, so do not be mistaken in understanding the core of the CloudLinux.

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