CentOS Web Panel?

arindamb

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I have been recommended to use CentOS Web Panel by a web hosting company when I asking to buy their hosting but I have not ever used this web panel before. Just doing some searching online, and I just happen to find centos-webpanel(.)com. Have anyone here used it? Feature wise it looks good, since it free I might go and have a play with it?
 

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CWP (Centos WebPanel) is a good panel. Anytime we have customers looking for a VPS or dedicated, but don't want to pay for a cPanel licence, we always recommend CWP
 

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Thanks for letting me know about this. Yes it is free and always useful for someone don't want to pay an expensive hosting control panel as cPanel but anyway I still like using paid hosting panels because it is more supported and having better secure over free panels.
 
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It looks better than almost any other free control panels.
Very good is that it integrating config server firewall, allows multiple PHP versions and allows nginx.
Also has web based file manager. great.

At other side, minimum requirements for 64bit Linux is 1024MB RAM. And there are control panels that works with 256MB RAM. Example Kloxo, Webmin, zPanel(maybe)
 

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Though other web panels "might" work with less than 1GB of ram it is definitely not recommended. For example, cPanel will function on a system with 512MB of ram but because Apache and MariaDB (MySQL Community Edition will be depreciated) are requiring more and more memory people were complaining to cPanel that their VPS were slow, so they raised the minimum requirements....
 
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Hmm, hadn't heard of centos-webpanel before. It does look good though. Might have to install it a mess around with it a bit.
 
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CWP is one of the open source and good control panels. Besides CWP, there are some free control panel out there, such as ISPConfig, Ajenti, VPSrobots, Webmin, Virtualmin, and more. But some of them have limited features, if you need premium features, you have to upgrade to pro version.
 
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