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Old 17th June 2013, 10:06
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And i also noted, it seems a lots of people use ISPConfig with Debian based systems, mainly using Ubuntu, but this OpenVZ solution seems to be little bit out of date for ubuntu. Have you considered LXC any time ?
LXC does not support quota yet, so its not a usable solution for hosting. I'll check it from tim to time but till now I did not find a way to configure user quotas in containers with LXC.

OpenVZ is not outdated btw, it is udner active development. You get the latest opnevz kernels from openvz.org

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And also i thought default timeout on the browser would enhance security, it could pop up to ask if it should continue the session after some time or make it configurable.
WE had a timeout before any many users complained about it so the software was changed to the current behaviour which keeps the session open until browser is closed.
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