which choose: Ajenti vs Centos Web Panel vs VestaCP?

Rock am tempted to use vestaCP or ajenti, do not know what influence the fact that they do not have support and IPV6! ??

I am newbie in the middle “own server” I have a vps droplet 512ram for a 3 WP only sites(eventually a few more sites in subdomains), and wanting to use Vesta because I read very good things about it and ajenti CWP and that is what to using, a lot Robust, too simple all the base of the combobox, but very heavy! it uses most of my ram if I clamv active! It warns there is to postfix manager … 1gb ram + (ever seen my ram hit 90% and my site or is in the air!!!) if to enable clamv and its resources.

It is very complete. but what influence this absence of support ipv6?


Hundreds web panel is very, very heavy … even took all my memory of 512mb ram, absurd. I’m torn between virutalmin and vestacp, upset about Vesta pc Can Do not rename the default root user, which is the admin, this is a very serious security flaw, opening doors to bruteforce.

I had installed Centos Web panel through my Centos 6.x OS. Works great! Security is pretty tight. I had installed Mod Security that comes with the package and couldn’t access my Wordpress admin. It locks me down due to ‘suspicious’ activity. I modified the mod security and my wordpress works great.

Hundreds out of the question too … … weighs uses all the memory … more powerful and flexible that it is webmin + virtualmin, however it takes a while to get used to the positions of things it is a giant resource universe … and go discovering and noting only the basics that you will use …

I have a snapshot with my well-configured server with virtualmin … adoterei virtualmin and vestacp … I kept my virtualmin and to usano Vesta … now I was wondering if I will have no problem with website visitors acessarei my site unsupported and ipv6 and they using internet with this support … but already told me they do not have nothing to do … now you bother me with the use of vesta talking about having to manually keep the iptables ipv6 … as well keep iptables? and we can not ignore that Vesta so does not support ipv6 … so there is no question of having a esssa ipv6 table and terms to keep it manual! confused me!

why disable failban?!!

I am dealing with the same issue, I ended up choosing Vesta as I like the interface and according to roadmap IPv6 support will be in next release which is already overdue, but hopefully soon. I want to disable IPv6 so that I do not have to maintain the ip6tables manually but am running into problems as after following directions to disable Ipv6 via /etc/sysctl.conf my network connection does not come up. Also thought about disabling Vesta’s firewall which you can do, basically you reinstall by running bash -i -b

-h will give you a list of switches -i, --disable-iptables Disable iptables support -b, --disable-fail2ban Disable fail2ban protection

ever seen my ram hit 90% and my site is not in the air!*

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Vesta CP is pretty simple. In my opinion modern GUI is the only thing which is actually good in this panel. Yeah… since it’s free, all my broke admin pals are using it. If someone needs premium functionality but doesn’t want to pay extra $$ just for the brand like cPanel then hosting panel ISPmanager is a pretty good option.