All CloudLinux innovations, such as CageFS, aim to improve security and stability on servers. So where other operating systems will allow entire servers full of customers to go down, CloudLinux stays stable by isolating the impact to the offending tenant.
Deploying CloudLinux ensures that you are optimizing the use of each server. Due to limits set for CPU, IO, and Memory, you could get the most of every server and safely add more customers.
CloudLinux helps you to improve server density and to decrease churn, improving profit per physical server. It also creates new upsell opportunities by setting limits on per-package bases.
Better server stability means fewer support calls and less time spent tracking down problem tenants. CloudLinux brings down your cost to support a shared hosting environment, allowing you to offer superior service with greater profitability.
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CageFS is a virtualized per-user file system that uniquely encapsulates each customer, preventing users from seeing one another and viewing sensitive information about the server. CageFS prevents a large number of attacks, including most privilege-escalation and information-disclosure attacks. The best part is that CageFS is completely transparent to customers and does not require them to change their scripts.
Today, a single site can consume all CPU, memory, and IO resources—and bring the server to a halt. LVE (lightweight virtual environment) technology prevents that by allowing admin to set up individual resource limits. This ensures that a tenant can never use more resources than he or she is given.
LVE is a kernel-level technology developed by the CloudLinux team. It integrates at the server, PAM (pluggable authentication moduels), and database levels to prevent any kind of abuse while maintaining the lowest overhead possible. The technology has roots in common with container-based virtualization.
The PHP Selector is a part of CloudLinux that allows end users to select the specific version of PHP they need. It allows ultimate flexibility by offering all popular versions of PHP, with more than 120 PHP extensions to choose from.
CloudLinux packages PHP versions 4.4, 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, and 5.6. The convenient UI lets a customer switch between versions, select the extensions, and adjust PHP settings.
No longer do you have to move customers to other servers or force them to switch to VPS (or another hosting company) just to get that old PHP 5.2 that their scripts require.
CloudLinux includes a large number of extensions and gives control to the end user. Only users who need non-default version of PHP will be using PHP selector. Everyone else will use the default PHP version installed on the server, so there is no extra work associated with the PHP selector.
The Ruby Selector allows end users to choose the Ruby version for application and to install additional modules (gems) to the application environment. Ruby Selector uses mod_passenger for optimum performance.
Python Selector allows end users to choose the Python version as an application and to install additional modules. Python Selector uses mod_passenger to get the best performance from Python applications.
MySQL often becomes a major headache for shared hosting companies. Keeping MySQL stable might be difficult, and customer queries can easily slow everything down. This is where MySQL Governor comes in. Its ability to pinpoint abusers and throttle them in real time is unprecedented in the industry. With support from the latest versions of MySQL and MariaDB, it is a must-have for any shared host.
MySQL Governor tracks CPU and disk IO usage for every user in real time and throttles MySQL queries by using same-per-user LVE limits. By using the dbtop utility, it is possible to see usage as it happens on a per-customer basis, ensuring that system admins always know what is going on.
Mod_lsapi is the fastest and most reliable way to serve PHP pages. It is a drop-in replacement for SuPHP, FCGID, RUID2, and ITK. It has a low memory footprint and understands PHP directives from .htaccess files.