Step 1. Add a new user


Main settings

  • Login - enter a username to access the control panel.
  • Full name - enter the name for the new user. It can be any information related to that user.
  • Password - enter the password for accessing the control panel. The password can be randomly generated by the system. To get one, click a special button next to the field.
  • Confirmation - retype the password to ensure that it has been entered correctly. If it was randomly generated, confirmation is set automatically.
  • Comment - enter any additional information related to this user.
  • Backups - enable this option to create regular backups of user data.

Limits

  • Disk — enter the maximum amount of disk space that can be used by this user. This limit does not apply to the size of databases.
  • Traffic — enter the maximum amount of traffic that can be used by this user.
  • Databases — enter the maximum number of databases that can be used by this user.
  • Database size — enter the maximum disk space size that can be allocated to the user's databases.
  • Database users — enter the maximum number of database users that can be used by this user.
  • FTP-users — enter the maximum number of ftp-users that can be used by this user.
  • WWW-domains — enter the maximum number of WWW-domains that can be used by this user.
  • Domain names — enter the maximum number of domain names that can be used by this user.
  • Mail domains — enter the maximum number of mail domains that can be used by this user.
  • Mailboxes — enter the maximum number of mailboxes that can be used by this user.

Resources

  • CPU time - set a limit on CPU usage per this user.
  • RAM - enter the maximum amount of RAM that can be allocated to this user.
  • User processes - enter the maximum number of processes that can be allocated to this user.
  • Mailbox maximum size - enter the maximum amount of this user's mailbox.
  • Cron jobs - enter the maximum number of cron jobs that this user can create.
  • Simultaneous connections per session - enter the maximum number of simultaneous connections from a certain IP address that can be processed by the web-server.
  • Apache handlers - enter the maximum number of Apache handlers that user's WWW-domain can process.
  • Simultaneous MySQL-connections - enter the maximum number of simultaneous connection to the MySQL database this user may have per hour.
  • MySQL connections - enter the maximum number of connection to the MySQL database this user may have per hour.
  • MySQL queries - enter the maximum number of commands this user may execute.
  • MySQL update query - enter the maximum number of commands that modify the data this user may execute.

CloudLinux

  • CPU load limit - enter the limit on CPU frequency in %.
  • Total number of processes - enter the total number of processes allocated to this user.
  • Physical memory - enter the maximum amount of physical memory allocated to this user, in Mib.
  • Virtual memory - enter the maximum amount of virtual memory allocated to this user, in Mib.
  • I/O limit - enter the maximum I/O limit in kb/s.
  • Simultaneous connections - enter the maximum number of simultaneous connections.
  • Enable CageFS - select the checkbox to activate CageFS for this user.
  • PHP version - select a PHP version that will be available to this user.
  Note: you can change PHP version for users only with CageFS and PHP as CGI check boxes selected.

Access

  • SSL - select the checkbox to enable HTTPS for the web-domains of this user.
  • CGI - select the checkbox to enable PHP as CGI for the web-domains of the user.
  • PHP as Apache module - select the checkbox to enable PHP as Apache module for the web-domains of the user.
  • PHP as CGI - select the checkbox to enable PHP as CGI for the web-domains of the user.
  • Shell access - check the box to allow shell access for the user.

Default values

  • Domain encoding - select the default encoding.
  • PHP mode - select the PHP mode.
  • Index page - select the default index page.

Step 2. Additional information


In this form, you can select additional objects that will be added upon user creation.

  • Create the selected object automatically - select the check box if you want to create the objects after this use is created.
  • Add FTuserser - select the check box to add an FTP-user.
  • Name of the FTP-user - enter the name for for the FTP-user.
  • Add web-domain - select the check box to create a web-domain for this user.
  • Name of the web-domain - enter the name for the web-domain.
  • IP address - enter the IP address that will be assigned to the newly created web-domain.
  • Add mail domain - select the check box to create a mail domain for this user.
  • Name of the mail domain - enter the name for the mail domain.
  • IP address - enter the IP address that will be assigned to the newly created mail domain.

Step 3. Confirmation


In this form you can confirm the information you have entered in the prevous forms. You should return to a required step to edit the information, if needed.