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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by jaymc, Apr 15, 2005.

  1. jaymc

    jaymc Well-Known Member

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    in server status, what is CPU shown as... for example, is 1.02 (1 cpu) 10.2% ??
     
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    so what is it out of then

    cpu load 1 / 10?
    cpu load 1 / 100?

    or how can i find out the remaining clock speed...
     
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    The figure listed on the service status page is not the cpu load divided by anything, it is simply the cpu load - nothing more, nothing less.

    Its not really possible to put into a few words precisely what the cpu load is - the above link explains it all.
     
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    Also, the CPU information inside WHM isn't particularly meaningful. For a current status of the performance of the server you should run the top utility from the root shell, man top for more information about it.

    A better guide to performance is to use a trend graph, for example using MRTG - do a search for more information about that.
     
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