A native resource enforcement subsystem powered by cgroups. Prevent abuse at the kernel level using transparent tools without complicated licensing.
Set CPU and IO priority independently for each site or group of sites by leveraging plans.
Set I/O performance boundaries in both bandwidth and IOPS. Athena throttles both dimensions.
Athena includes process ID limits with a fallback thread ceiling to prevent monopolization with heavily threaded processes.
Set flexible memory limits for all processes spawned by a user.
Resource enforcement applies to HTTP, IMAP, POP3, FTP, CP, and SSH as well as subprocesses spawned by the account..
Servers running Athena operate faster with lower load averages.
Altering an account maximum IO using
parameter. Learn more about
in the PHP-FPM announcement.