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How the Reseller plan is works?
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How the Reseller plan is works?

Hi,
I try to understand how the reseller plan (of shared hosting) is works.

For example I have reseller plan with:
2 CPU Cores
2 GB RAM
50 MB I/O

For each cPanel, and have limit of 40 cPanels,
That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?
Or It's 2 CPU Cores and 2GB RAM for whole reseller account?

The plan uses Cloudlinux.

Regards.

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  • @ChaoscripT said:
    For example I have reseller plan with:
    2 CPU Cores
    2 GB RAM
    50 MB I/O

    For each cPanel, and have limit of 40 cPanels,
    That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?

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  • @ChaoscripT said:
    Hi,
    I try to understand how the reseller plan (of shared hosting) is works.

    For example I have reseller plan with:
    2 CPU Cores
    2 GB RAM
    50 MB I/O

    For each cPanel, and have limit of 40 cPanels,
    That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?
    Or It's 2 CPU Cores and 2GB RAM for whole reseller account?

    The plan uses Cloudlinux.

    Regards.

    Yes

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    See in my aff garden for VPS and hosting from different providers all in one place.

  • @dahartigan said:

    Yes

    Yes, What ? :)

  • @ChaoscripT said:

    @dahartigan said:

    Yes

    Yes, What ? :)

    Please?

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    See in my aff garden for VPS and hosting from different providers all in one place.

  • bdlbdl Member

    69

  • eriseris Member

    Often something in the middle they often over sell the memory and cpu's

  • @ChaoscripT said:
    Hi,
    I try to understand how the reseller plan (of shared hosting) is works.

    For example I have reseller plan with:
    2 CPU Cores
    2 GB RAM
    50 MB I/O

    For each cPanel, and have limit of 40 cPanels,
    That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?
    Or It's 2 CPU Cores and 2GB RAM for whole reseller account?

    The plan uses Cloudlinux.

    Regards.

    No , the specs is shared between user

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  • it means that each account can use a maximum kf those specs, but they are heavily oversold so while it may list 2 GB of ram you can really only use 1 GB. The only thing that is dedicated is storage.

  • @mustafamw3 said:

    @ChaoscripT said:
    Hi,
    I try to understand how the reseller plan (of shared hosting) is works.

    For example I have reseller plan with:
    2 CPU Cores
    2 GB RAM
    50 MB I/O

    For each cPanel, and have limit of 40 cPanels,
    That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?
    Or It's 2 CPU Cores and 2GB RAM for whole reseller account?

    The plan uses Cloudlinux.

    Regards.

    No , the specs is shared between user

    Means that my reseller user have 200% CPU and 2 GB RAM (via Cloudlinux) and all sub-users use it?

    @skorupion said:
    it means that each account can use a maximum kf those specs, but they are heavily oversold so while it may list 2 GB of ram you can really only use 1 GB. The only thing that is dedicated is storage.

    OK, good to know.

    Regards.

  • JasonMJasonM Member
    edited September 8

    @ChaoscripT said: That's mean that I have 80 CPU Cores and 80GB RAM only for my reseller?

    Yes, with reseller hosting you'll get resources allocated per cpanel/directadmin account. So if you have 40 accounts, and your host offer 1CPU, 1GB RAM, then technically on paper you have 40CPU and 40GB RAM.

    Now one of the reseller host's node (that is main server) has 4CPU and with hyperthreadding it becomes 8CPU. Still they've sold 500 cpanel accounts on that server with 1CPU per cPanel account. Acutally they should sell 8 cpanel accounts only! right? But technically no one uses 100% CPU for 24 hours and so it is shared among all 500 cpanel accounts/reseller accounts. So even if you get 2CPU or 3CPU per cPanel account, its not dedicated solely to you. It's SHARED CPU and RAM among 500 or 1000 cPanel accounts hosted on that server. You only use 5% or 10% of CPU for few seconds to minutes. And so it can fit so much accounts.

    Note: If you need dedicated CPU and RAM, then you can get a VPS which starts for average $20 to $25/month or even higher. Then you can utilized full 1CPU core for 24 hours a day!

  • raindog308raindog308 Administrator

    @JasonM said: then you can get a VPS which starts for average $20 to $25/month or even higher.

    You're on the wrong forum! You can get a VPS for a lot cheaper than that.

    Unless you're talking provider-managed.

    @JasonM said: Then you can utilized full 1CPU core for 24 hours a day!

    This is not always true. Most VPSes are not dedicated cores.

    For LET support, please visit the support desk.

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  • @raindog308 said: This is not always true. Most VPSes are not dedicated cores.

    in such case he can get VDS. I've seen few of companies beyond LE market who sell VDS with truly dedicated core, else with LE hosts he can expect vCPU which is advertised as dedicated but not truly dedicated core in many cases as its just a thread of the entire core!

    @raindog308 said: You can get a VPS for a lot cheaper than that.

    Buyvm sells 1 dedicated CPU for $15, 2 for $30, so its in the range for $20-25/mo as OP asked about 2CPU plan!

    But yeah, some LE hosts might offer it for bit less than $15/mo too.

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