Cpanel Statistics Not showing Ram usage INONEDS and Ram Memory Usage

cPanel & WHM Version
106.0.4
Sep 17, 2022
2
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Cape Town, South Africa
cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
Hi all

New to WHM side of things. Was on shared hosting now VPS Mainly cause my site was eating resources.

So on CPANEL now it doesn't show Staticstics its very plain.

I have to either check the VPS or server information on cpanel.

Refering to the panel on the side (mines on the right side)

Currently showing this (busy importing a site over at the time of writing).

Statistics

Disk Usage
127.66 MB / ∞
File Usage
9,253 / ∞
MySQL® Disk Usage
4.16 MB / ∞
Bandwidth
156.85 MB / ∞
Addon Domains
0 / ∞
Subdomains
0 / ∞
Alias Domains
0 / ∞
Email Accounts
0 / ∞
Mailing Lists
0 / ∞
Autoresponders
0 / ∞
Forwarders
0 / ∞
Email Filters
0 / ∞
FTP Accounts
0 / ∞
MySQL® Databases
1 / ∞


Very new to this been playing with vps for about 2 weeks but this is the only part i cant seem to figure out all tutorials show log here and bobs your uncle here it is. ive redone the server multiple times to check still not showing so im sure its a WHM feature i have to enable just unsure where and what.

This is from my shared host i want it to look like (stat wise)

Statistics


Disk Usage
35.37 GB / 60 GB (58.95%)
MySQL® Disk Usage
9.06 GB / 33.68 GB (26.89%)
Inodes
103,168 / 399,000 (25.86%)
MySQL® Databases
3 / 20 (15%)
Physical Memory Usage
505.38 MB / 4 GB (12.34%)
Email Accounts
12 / 600 (2%)
Number of Processes
3 / 200 (1.5%)
Entry Processes
1 / 100 (1%)
Bandwidth
29.85 GB / ∞
Addon Domains
0 / 8 (0%)
 
Last edited by a moderator:
Sep 17, 2022
2
0
1
Cape Town, South Africa
cPanel Access Level
Root Administrator
Hey there! The additional features in the second screenshot you listed are part of the CloudLinux operating system and not part of cPanel. While the two tools do work together, using CloudLinux is required to get those to show up.
....okay makes sense since Cloudlinux is for shared hosting i chose not to go that route and tested CentOS but had issues so just went Ubuntu seems to work fine if i check the ram in system information or free -M command in terminal

constantly using 40% ish of ram but aparently diskcaching

Thank you though (no im ok with ubuntu as i dont need the site to be caged / restricted its basically 1 site 1 subdomain on 1 vps as i need the resources for it.