In this guide, we will explain how to create a sample hosting template for your clients. This template allows you to set fixed limits on disk space/number of websites.
You can also set a fixed limit for vCPU and RAM, preventing one client from using your entire Managed VPS, which could cause others to experience slowness.
Step 1. Set up a package Login to Plesk.
Go to 'Service Packages'. Click 'Add Package' to create your own package (the 'Reseller Unlimited' package is created by default and has no restrictions).
As an example, create the 'Standard' package, which can be customized as desired.
Step 2. Set Limits.
After creating this package, you will set the system limits. For this, you go to the 'CloudLinux Manager'.
Upon opening the CloudLinux manager, we go to the 'Packages' page.
Here you'll see that, as previously stated, the 'Reseller Unlimited' package has no limits. To set limits for the newly created 'Standard' package, you are able to edit it. To do this, you click on the 'pencil icon' next to the 'Standard' package.
Here you can adjust the following elements:
SPEED: 200% (meaning 2 vCPU cores)
PEM: 1GB (1GB of memory)
IO: 20MB/s (the website may upload files at 20MB/s)
EP: 50 (the number of starting processes for the package)
When setting these elements, keep in mind the type of Managed VPS you are purchasing from Cloud86. If you are purchasing a total of 3 or 4 vCPUs, you can never set this value higher than that number. If you are creating a lot of clients, additional vCPUs may be required, or additional RAM may be needed to accommodate them.