Current usage of the main system resources (VDSmanager)

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This module can be used by the server administrator to track and check the system performance at regular intervals to better understand its usage. In this module you can learn about the current consumption of a resource. By monitoring the main system usage you will have a much better chance of meeting user needs and mitigating issues before they become problems. You can view the percentage of the principal resources, such as CPU units, RAM, SWAP and disk size compared to the total amount of allocated resources.

Monitoring your resources can help ensure that all the services provided by the system are available on an equal basis and your resources will always be available to your users.

System resources, such as the amount of memory in use, CPU time, RAM, etc. are the parts within a virtual server that are available to be used by the operating system and other applications. Each time an application starts, it sends a request to the operating system to provision the necessary system resources for it to function. For example, depending on the amount of memory available, the application may open quickly, or may open a bit slower if less memory is available when the application starts.

Module«VDS usage report»
Image:T-bullet.gif View the information on the system load

View the information on the system load

  • Date/Time - date and time when the statistics was collected.
  • CPU(% used) - this percent value determines the current consumption of the CPU time by your virtual private servers.
  • RAM(% used) - reflects the RAM consumed by the VPSs.
  • Swap(% used) - the current consumption of the swap files by the VPSs.
  • Disk 1 (% used) - reflects the current consumption of the hardware disk space by the VPSs.
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