CloudLinux Manager now allows setting MySQL Governor limits on Packages
It’s been a little over a month since the Product Features Portal was launched, our web-based resource where CloudLinux customers can stay up-to-date on our product roadmap, follow the decision-making process for new features, and contribute to decision-making.
During this time, the CloudLinux product team was focusing on reviewing your requests while our development team focused on implementation efforts. One of the most upvoted requests was to allow users to set MySQL Governor limits not only per user, but also on packages.
Since moving from All to Abusers mode customers needed to adjust their MySQL Governor limits on a per-user basis. That is fine for small hosting providers, but large hosting providers with thousands of users on a server would prefer to have SQL SPEED/IO and other limits adjustable on a package basis, as the configuration of these limits for individual users would be tedious and painful for the overall user experience.
CloudLinux Manager UI
The UI implementation is very user-friendly! Just go to: CloudLinux Manager | Packages.
Click on the package you’d like to set limits on and specify the limits in the pop-up
Save changes, and you’re all set!
This is a handy way to set MySQL Governor limits on a package.
Note, this feature is currently released to beta and you would need to update your system from the beta repository in order to test it now. Please follow our technical documentation with detailed guide and system requirements.
We are thrilled to hear your thoughts and ideas about new product features in CloudLinux! We encourage you to visit our Product Features Portal to stay up-to-date on our product roadmap and to follow the decision-making process for new features.