With CloudLinux, we have soft and hard limits on each hosting account.
WeekHost Uses CloudLinux OS Designed to improve overall stability and reliability of our hosting services A typical shared server hosts high numbers of accounts that all use the same server resources. If one website uses too many resources, it can slow down or shut down the server. This is common for shared hosting servers. With CloudLinux, we have soft and hard limits on each hosting account to prevent abusive users or high traffic spikes from bringing down everyone else’s websites.
CloudLinux can help prevent downtime by managing: Traffic spikes – a mention on a popular forum can send thousands of visitors to a website in minutes and overwhelm the server causing downtime. Inefficient coding – a single bug in one website’s code can use all CPU resources, no matter how powerful the server, and cause downtime. Denial Of Service attacks – hackers invade an insecure website and hog the server resources. No longer will you have to worry about another customer’s resource intensive websites drag your own sites down. KomodoSites is able to provide a consistently reliable and highly secure hosting environment for our customers. Hardened Kernel Shared Hosting environments are unlike any other, and our kernel takes it into account.
It can protect against symlink attacks, trace exploits and restricts visibility of ProcFS to only what is necessary – making our servers more secure. cpanel Multiple PHP Selector With CloudLinux you will have the flexibility to choose the PHP version you need. We currently include PHP versions 4.4 / 5.1 / 5.2 / 5.3 / 5.4 / 5.5 / 5.6 / 7.0 / 7.1 as well as more than 50 PHP extensions and ability to adjust php.ini settings. cpanel CageFS Virtualization CageFS is a virtualized file system and a set of tools to contain each user in its own ‘cage’. Each customer will have its own fully functional CageFS, with all the system files, tools, etc. cpanel MySQL Governor MySQL is one of the main causes of issues on a shared server. CloudLinux monitors MySQL usage, and throttles abusive users preventing them from overloading the server, improving overall stability and performance.