Resource allocation problems (VDSmanager owner)

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This module allows you to keep track of resources that was not allocated to your virtual private servers due to your system not having enough resources. In the table you can see how many times a certain resource was not allocated. Non-zero values mean that a virtual server is experiencing a lack of that resource. For example, RAM allocation errors may occur during cron jobs execution, statistics collection or logs rotation. Thus, a user may not receive statistics, or his disk may become full with logs, so the user will have to delete them manually.

These reports allows you to monitor your VPS performance problems and upgrade your hosting plan to increase the limits on RAM, file-descriptor and process, if necessary.


Module «Reject reports»
Image:T-bullet.gif View the system rejects information
Image:T-edit.png View detailed statistics

View the system rejects information

  • Date - date when the statistics was collected.
  • Processes - number of processes rejects.
  • File descriptors - number of file descriptors that were not allocated.
  • Memory - how many times memory allocation failed.
  • Swap - how many times swap allocation failed.

If the value is more than zero that means that your system is experiencing a lack of that resource and you need to increase its amount for smooth performance of your system.

View detailed statistics

By default the table displays statistics over the current month. To change this period, click the "Edit" icon and fill out the form:

Module «Reject report»


  • Start date - enter a start date for the reporting period (format: YYYY-MM-DD).
  • End date - enter an end date for the reporting period (use the same format as shown above).
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