CloudLinux is one of the leading operating system which is specially developed to improve the service of shared hosting providers. The main feature of this OS is to mend the stability, density, privacy and security of a server. It lay up every individual client into their separate LVE, which stands for “Lightweight Virtal Environment”, whose basic purpose is to make divisions and create limits for server resources such as CPU, memory, connections for each and every individual holder. You must be curious that, what’s this limit? Well, this limit is referred as an Entry Processes Limit. Read the whole article to know that, “What is Entry Processes Limit (EP) in a CloudLinux Server?”.

Entry Processes Limits (EP), restricts and manage the overall quantity of entries into LVE. At every single time it increment or decrement the entry counts, whenever the process enters or exits the LVE. It’s totally a by default process , which means we are not able to count the processes inside LVE. This term is also referred as “Apache Concurrent Connections Limit.”

How to check the entry processes through command line?

This is how you can check the exact EP usage data for every single user. Just login into your cPanel and go to Resource Usage option; from here you will get all the required details of EP.

Except cPanel, you can also check the EP usage data by using a command line. For this, use the below command:

Code:
# lveinfo –u $username
# lveinfo –u user
How to check the entry processes through cPanel?
  • Login to cpanel.
  • Click on “CPU and Concurrent connection usage” under Metrics tab.
  • Here click on details and you ca check for the all the resources for your website.
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