cPanel LVE Extension

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cPanel LVE Extension

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[Requires LVE Manager 1.0-9.8 or later]

 

cPanel LVE Extension allows to control LVE limits for packages via cPanel hosting packages control interface and via cPanel WHM API. It simplifies integration with existing billing systems for cPanel (like WHMCS for example).

 

Add Package Extension

 

To add LVE Settings to standard cPanel package, go to Packages and choose Add a Package.

 

Note. You can find the information on how to add a package in official cPanel documentation on the link:

 

https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/ALD/Add+a+Package

 

 

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Tick LVE Settings checkbox in the bottom of the page to open LVE Settings form.

 

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You can specify the following options:

                       

Note that your changes to LVE Settings will appear in the system after a little while.

 

Speed Settings

Maximum CPU usage for an account.

Note:

Must be in range 1 - 100 (but obligatory > 0 ) if old format is used; use % or Mhz\Ghz to set CPU limit as speed;

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Memory Settings

Pmem - Maximum physical memory usage for an account.

Vmem - Maximum virtual memory usage for an account.                                

Note:

Must be a positive number. Postfix allowed only in [KGMT].

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Type “0” for unlimited resource.

Max entry proc Settings

Maximum number of entry processes (concurrent connections) for an account.

Note:

Must be a positive number.

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Type “0” for unlimited resource.

Nproc Settings

Maximum number of processes usage for an account.

Note:

Must be a positive number.

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Type “0” for unlimited resource.

IO Settings

Maximum I/O (input/output) usage speed for an account. Is measured in Kb/s.

Note:

Must be a positive number.

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Type “0” for unlimited resource.

IOPS Settings

Maximum IOPS (input/output operations per second) usage for an account.

Note:

Must be a positive number.

Type “DEFAULT” to use default value.

Type “0” to unlimited resource.

 

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Click Add to apply your changes.

 

Edit Package Extensions

 

You can edit limits in any convenient way for you - in Edit a Package section, in LVE Manager or even via WHM API.

 

Edit a Package

 

To edit package extensions, choose Packages and click Edit a Package. Choose a package from the Package list and click Edit.

 

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LVE Manager

                                 

To edit package extensions in LVE Manager, in Server Configuration choose CloudLinux LVE Manager. Open Packages tab and click pencil (edit) icon.

 

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WHM API

 

To learn how to work with package extensions limits using WHM API, please read the official cPanel documentation:

 

https://documentation.cpanel.net/display/SDK/Guide+to+Package+Extensions+-+Data+Behavior+and+Changes

 

 

Note. LVE Package extension does not allow to control LVE limits for reseller packages. Even though LVE limits for reseller packages are displayed in Edit Package menu and their values can be changed, no changes will be applied (will be ignored).