Cyber not only uses Litespeed, is developed by someone from Litespeed and its my understanding that it has the backing of Litespeed.
At least that’s my understanding of the answer the guy been giving in that other forum… ya know… that one.
So what I mean is, if I’m right, then this is THE “build on top of litespeed” project that can be trusted.
It still doesn’t change the fact that I don’t feel confident in it. It could be made by Waz, and I’d still have confident issues in the project. I have tested it, setup a server, and it has given me pause.
I mean… it was wonky! However, it did work… I found other issues, and they made me take a big gulp. Let’s just say… I had a working server… testing it… moved stuff on it… and I noticed something… and moved back to VestaCP knowing full well VestaCP has vulnerability issues.
I moved to CyberPanel yesterday in a hurry because Ramnode asked me to move out from their shared platform (with litespeed). They were very helpful in the last minutes and gave me time to copy the files.
I installed Cyberpanel in an OpenVZ server from Inception Hosting but there was definitely something wrong with it. With 4 cores and 6GB RAM in the server, I had a load of 12, CPU usage at 80% and 2GB RAM used, even with varnish cache in front. I was afraid Anthony was going to kill me.
Moved to DO with nginx and php-fpm (no varnish) and max load is 1.5, CPU at 20%, RAM under 1GB. I’m happy… but $15 less in my wallet.
I’ll be working on a highly integrated company release soon (I’m hoping for a January launch), then I’ll be releasing it publicly. The reason for the seperation in launches is because the level of integration that my company needs prevents it from properly standing on it’s own. So I’ll need some time post-release to modify a few things to make it as hotpluggable as possible.