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Why don’t the memory limits work in CloudLinux?

Art. Nr: 211  |  Rating: 3.9/5 from 758 votes  |  Last Updated: Thu, May 17, 2012

The reason why memory limits don’t currently work within CloudLinux, is because the limits are not enabled by default (when the installation is completed). To enable them within your CloudLinux environment, please follow the step-by-step directions outlined below.

Please note if you are currently running mod_php or LiteSpeed, CloudLinux doesn’t currently support this technology. As a result, this function will not work.

  • Login to your CloudLinux server via SSH
  • Next, run the following commands via Linux:

    lvectl ubc status &&
    lvectl ubc enable --save

Should you have any further questions pertaining to your CloudLinux license, please feel free to get in contact with the LicenseCube support team for further assistance.

LVE model is great we do not experience any more resource problems on shared web hosting servers.

Posted by RandyMayers - Sat, Jul 14th, 2012

We have really patched our web hosting operations with this Cloudlinux OS. Now the servers are really stable and no more resource abuse.

Posted by Oliver - Thu, Jul 5th, 2012

LVE enabled Linux is amazing, we have never had hiccups with our cPanel dedicated server after installed CloudLinux.

Posted by Matthew - Tue, Jun 26th, 2012

Everything is perfectly shaped and limited with CloudLinux, a real helper in running a hosting business.

Posted by Ryan - Fri, Jun 22nd, 2012

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