How to Limit Glype’s Maximum CPU Load

Posted by Vectro 13 September 2010

Glype has a setting which allows you to limit its load on the server. This is crucial to preventing your proxy from eating up server resources. When the load limit is reached, Glype stops serving new requests. After some time goes by and the load drops, it begins serving requests again.

  1. Log into your Glype admin panel. This is usually located in Just replace with your actual domain name.
  2. Click the “Edit Settings” tab in the menu at the top. This opens your Glype settings.
  3. Find the setting called “Load Limiter” and set this to 6 to limit the load on the server. This makes sure that your proxy stays up all the time without experience overload.
  4. Click the “Save Changes” button at the bottom.

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