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Autoscaling cPanel on AWS?

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  • cPanelLauren
    Hello, It sounds like you're talking about load balancing/synchronization of your server to multiple locations. While cPanel has no native functionality for this I know there are many other threads that discuss this as well as the following feature requests which I would encourage you to vote on: Built-in load balancing, replication, high availability Active-Active Redundancy or High-availability
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  • linux bru
    Hello yes indeed you understood my question. :) autoscaling and load balancing make it easy to manage it. i will vote ok What is the system limit as it is today? (if i may ask of course) i'm asking because i want to know how many cpanel account's i can add to each whm vps or dedicated.
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  • cPanelLauren
    Hi @linux bru There is no actual limit, the number of accounts you can hold on your system is determined by the resources available. Thanks!
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  • inodecloud
    @linux_bru - been trying to figure out autoscaling/ELB for about a year now. looks like too many dependent files and alot of scripting is required to achieve this.
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  • davetbo
    I was about to try this on AWS with an autoscaling group behind an ELB all using the same cPanel image from AWS Marketplace and having all instances share the same LizardFS user data filesystem and database. Would that not work? Is there other data that would need to be shared besides all the user homes and the database?
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