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CPU/Memory/MySQL monitor in WHM

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by blargman, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. blargman

    blargman Well-Known Member

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    This used to show user account usage. It doesn't seem to do so anymore in CURRENT. Is this a new "feature", or is something borked? :s
     
  2. me@linux

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    Please confirm if crond is running on the server. Or you may need to restart crond.

    The cron mentioned below updates the CPU/Memory/MySQL usage in WHM.
    * /5 * * * * / usr/local/cpanel/bin/dcpumon> / dev/null 2>&1
     
  3. gertiebeth

    gertiebeth Well-Known Member

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    I am having this problem since I upgraded using EasyApache3. I used to be able to tell which domains were the busiest using CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage. Now Apache processes are all lumped together and individual domains only show SPAM and FTP usage.

    There is nothing wrong with crond, as suggested above.
     
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    I've been having this problem too

    I've been having this problem too since upgrading from Cpanel 10 to cpanel 11...
     
  5. AlexV.

    AlexV. Well-Known Member

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    Unable to replicate it on the latest Current:
    11.16.0-CURRENT_18546

    Could you please open a ticket with our support department in order to look further into it.
     
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