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Black Friday Sale! apnscp Lifetime Licenses only $99 & telemetry module enrollment

apnscp, also known as ApisCP, lifetime licenses are on sale through Monday for $99! Get started by purchasing these special licenses via my.apnscp.com

It’s a great opportunity to support development and lock in unrestricted licenses while they’re still available! Firm limit of 10 licenses per user.

Monthly licenses will be available beginning December 15. Monthly licenses are $15 per, renew in perpetuity, and valid for 40 days each renewal period. Lifetime licenses will increase to $299 once monthlies are available. Additionally, NOC partnerships are open. Email partners@apnscp.com to get started, so we can discuss integrating apnscp into your company’s distribution pipeline. Prebuilt images hydrate within 3 minutes and provide the same level of protection immediately on deployment.


Telemetry module

Metrics are available as a passive preview feature in v3.1.10. Metrics (part of the “telemetry” module) provide a foundation for predictive analytics/hot optimizations going forward. Metrics help us empirically answer how to eliminate slack and redistribute CPU/memory across hundreds of sites to ensure all sites run at optimal speed. Metrics will activate in Q1, providing hot optimizations per-site for MySQL, PHP, Apache as well as long-term data for all other services. Metrics improve retention because no two servers are ever alike— the more apnscp learns from your environment the better equipped it is to maximize throughput.

To activate Metrics, which currently logs per-site resources, enable the telemetry module, then wait a few hours for data to collect.

cpcmd scope:set cp.config telemetry enabled 1

Metrics may be pulled from a site using the test module:

env DEBUG=1 cpcmd -d site1 test:metrics

If you’re curious about the parameters it takes, use introspection:

env DEBUG=1 cpcmd -d site1 misc:i test:metrics

More features will be bolted onto the telemetry module over the coming weeks!

Tip: to use a same-user model for PHP, similar to cPanel/Plesk running PHP as the account admin, unset “webuser”. The easiest way to do this is use the keyword “null”. This applies to plan templates as well,

EditDomain -c apache,jail=1 -c apache,webuser=null site1

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