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CloudLinux server for 1 site only. please suggest for using all the server resources

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  1. basketmen

    basketmen Well-Known Member

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    in my server there is only 1 site
    i am using cloudlinux just to be able using the PHP Selector


    so maybe it is better if that 1 site can using all the server resources, please give suggestion the appropriate settings for it
    here are screenshot from WHM > CloudLinux LVE Manager > Packages > Edit :



    am i already set it correctly?





    here are screenshot from Server Information, its have 8 processors :





    and here is from Service Status, very many the server resources that still not used yet, this is in peak time :
    Server load 0.75 (8 CPUs)
    Memory Used 10.62% (1,291,312 of 12,156,268)



    please give suggestion, which still need to correcting or better settings
     

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    Hello :)

    You can use the "0" value to configure a value as "unlimited". This is referenced here:

    LVE Manager > cPanel LVE Manager

    Note: Please ensure you upload images directly to the thread instead of posting external links.

    Thank you.
     
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    thank you,
    about the CPU usage (SPEED) and Number of cores for LVE (nCPU), is it already correct?

    because in Service Status i see looks like there is still many resources left, currently is peak time
    Server load 0.67 (8 CPUs)
    Memory Used 12.67% (1,539,796 of 12,156,268)


    let me know too if there is another suggestion please guys





    i am sorry about the images then, even external it is hotlink image btw. i already uploaded again to forum attachment now, i dont really familiar with vbulletin attachment, hope its right now
     
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    Reading LVE Manager please suggest is it the server in good standing?

    after trying few days, here are the lve chart in the last 7 days
    please suggest is it the server in good standing?



    lve current usage now, now is offpeak time



    lve current usage 2 days ago, maybe there is high load that time, i need to reboot the server to make server up again




    Nb.
    i already read the cloudlinux documentation, but still dont really understand CloudLinux Documentation CloudLinux Documentation

    CPU : what is the max, is it 100%? because the server have 8 processors, like in first post
    MEM : what memory is this? is it the same memory from Service Status?
    IO : what is the max & the good IO? i am using HDD 2x300gb sas 15k
     

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    Re: Reading LVE Manager please suggest is it the server in good standing?

    ok already created ticket & get answered from helpdesk.cloudlinux.com, they say the server is ok

    but i am still not clear about these screenshots, i am very newbie in cloudlinux, can you guys please share beetween users


    the IO is very high 175, in this screenshot, is it mean 175M/s or what? what is the max numbers?


    and this one, the MEM says 497, is it mean 497MB? what is the max numbers? (my memory is ddr3 12gb).
    what is the max for CPU, is it 100% or 800%? because the server have 8 processors
     
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    Re: Reading LVE Manager please suggest is it the server in good standing?

    IO is in Kb/s , and your value is quite low
    Max CPU in current usage is 100%, and 65% on 8 core system is really a lot for single customer
    MEM is in MB, for better memory understanding you may want to read CloudLinux Documentation

    What are the limits for 501 UID? Could you show the output of :
    lvectl list | egrep "SPEED|501"
     
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    Re: Reading LVE Manager please suggest is it the server in good standing?


    so what is the max IO? i am using HDD 2 x 300gb, sas 15k, raid 1





    so MEM 497 is mean 497MB, my memory is ddr3 12gb, so the max MEM is 1200 right?

    ah so there is high load at this time, got it





    here it it, how is it?
    root@server1 [~]# lvectl list | egrep "SPEED|501"
    ID SPEED NCPU PMEM VMEM EP NPROC IO
    501 800 8 0K 0K 9999999 0 0


    thank you, rep+
     
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    Re: Reading LVE Manager please suggest is it the server in good standing?

    Hello,

    Can you post your setting for LVE manager to see all setting which configure for your LVE.

    Thanks
     
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