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Can anybody explain this?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by radhika, Mar 26, 2003.

  1. radhika

    radhika Active Member

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    CPU Usage: u.31 s.08 cu1.05 cs.13 - .00367% CPU load


    What exactly all these means?

    Thanks.
     
  2. eter4

    eter4 Well-Known Member

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    Basically if I am not mistaken those are different readings taken at a certain interval in the day on CPU Usage.

    The lower the number the less hard the processor is working ( LOW NUMBER = GOOD )
     
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    vishal Well-Known Member

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    Hello

    Hello,

    Anyway How did u got these readings?

    Curious to know!!!


    Regards,
    :)
     
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    vishal Well-Known Member

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    Check this out

    Hello,

    If at all u have taken those readings from the "Server Status" ==> "Apache Status" then this is what it Means.. :)

    To monitor your Apache Web Server via URL content monitor take :

    In your httpd.conf

    ExtendedStatus On
    <Location /server-status>
    SetHandler server-status
    order deny,allow
    Allow from .yourdomain.com
    </Location>

    /(\d*[.]*\d+)requests\/sec - (\d*[.]*\d+) [kM]*B\/second - (\d*[.]*\d+) [kM]*B\/request/

    This will grab requests per second, Bytes per second and Bytes per request.

    /CPU Usage: u(\d*[.]*\d+) s(\d*[.]*\d+) cu.*cs.* - (\d*[.]*\d+)% CPU load<br>/

    This will grab user cpu time, system cpu time and CPU load percentage for the apache server.

    /Total accesses: (\d+) - Total Traffic: (\d*[.]*\d+) [kM]*B/
    This will grab the Total client accesses and the Toal Traffic

    /(\d+) requests.*processed, (\d+) idle/

    This will grab the Total requests currently being processed and the number of idle server processes.

    CPU Usage: u. s. cu cs - .% CPU load

    where u - user s - system

    Regards,
    :)
     
  5. radhika

    radhika Active Member

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    Thanks Vishal:) for the explanation.
     

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