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Zend Opcache User Interface for WHM / cPanel - (with separate cache's for each cpanel account)

Greg shared this idea 1 year ago
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The additon of a Zend Opcache GUI into both WHM and indivudal cPanel accounts would be a great new feature for users.


The ability to set up separate caches for each account (Currently it seems like all accounts share the same cache which is not great if you want to keep your accounts and cache's isolated from eachother)


The GUI should allow both the WHM root user (or reseller) to change the master settings for the cache such as Max Memory, files, and the option to clear all or individual caches.


The cPanel account should also get an opcache GUI this would allow customers / account holders to manage their individual opcaches, for example flushing the cache, excluding files etc.


this would give all users (novice to pro's) an easy and excellent way to control their opcache without having to use CLI or any 3rd party scripts that you need to place in your public_html folder on a domain.


The GUI should have things like simpel to use "Flush Cache" buttons and an editor to change the opcache settings. (this is a must now that opcache settings can be defined per FPM pool etc.


It should also show cache statuses respectively in WHM and cPanel with easy editing for example


  • Total Mem
  • Used mem
  • free mem
  • wasted mem
  • cached files
  • cache hits
  • cache misses
  • cached keys
  • max cached keys
  • etc

Comments (4)

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After talking with the product owner for EasyApache it looks like this is going to be incredibly difficult and development-time intensive to accomplish, and would likely require either cagefs or chroot. I've opened this one up for discussion, though, because I'm very interested to see discussion and interest in here.

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To help paint the picture for others, my recommendation would be something like this github script


https://github.com/amnuts/opcache-gui


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Except instead of being manually installed per domain, it could be controlled with a Master interface from WHM and give individual interfaces and controls to individual cpanel users. This would build into the private cache functionality so that cPanel user 1 cannot see cPanel user 2's cached files etc but would also give each user control of their own cache, things to include or exclude, flushing cache etc. and would also give the WHM user (root) full overall control, so they could flush all or one cache, view whats being cached etc even enable disable on a server wide basis


This would add a whole lot of security over the stand-alone scripts like the one above.


Anyway hopefully people will see the benefits here and start contributing

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To achieve seperate oopcode cache I dont think cagefs is required just multiple phpfpm instances instead of multiple pools ( one config file, and 1 systemd file per user). It requires more memory but works well. If you are prepared to pay, Litespeed can be confured to do this nativly.

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As an admin, I'd be happy if I could easily configure and manage the cache globally. Being able to have seperate caches per account would be awesome, but I can see how it would get complicated fast. So, as an initial milestone, a decent opcache admin interface for the admin user is what I'd go for.