Cpanel I/O Usage

Posted on 2013-10-17
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Can anyone explain what the Cpanel I/O usage is and what can be done to to reduce it ??
Question by:Jared Hirst
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Mazdajai earned 1500 total points
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Cpanel is a smallprint control panel UI, it shouldn't using a lot of resources. Are you seeing large utilization?

You need to provide more information rather than a one-liner.
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What i have seen in my past experience is cpanel mostly holds the website with mysql+php hence it is always suggested to fine tune Apache by increasing worker threads and maxclients kind of parameters and mysql with my-huge.cnf kind of config so load can be reduced.


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