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SOLVED Cross-site resource usage?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by mauromol, Dec 12, 2016.

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  1. mauromol

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    Hello,
    I'm the root user of a WHM installation with many web-sites in it.

    Today I'm going crazy, because I'm 100% sure there's a WHM section where you can see cross-site statistics about resource usage, like how many times each website has reached resource limits (EP, memory, CPU, etc.) during the last day, week, month or so. I mean, something like the "CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage" I find in the cPanel of the single website, but cross-site (accounts/domains in WHM terminology). With that view I could easily find all the websites that had reached the resource limits during the last day of week, without having to enter the cPanel of each one.

    However, I can't find this section any more!!! I scanned the whole WHM menu and all the sections that could suggest something about resource usage, but I can't find it any more.
    I tried to make some searches on Google, I find the "Daily Process Log" suggested many times, but it's nothing about what I'm looking for.

    I can't have dreamt of this, I'm sure I've used it a lot some weeks ago... Can anyone help me with this? :-(

    Thanks in advance,
    Mauro
     
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    Hello,

    I believe the functionality you are looking for is offered in CloudLinux:

    https://cloudlinux.com

    It's possible the server previously utilized CloudLinux which is why you noticed those additional features.

    Thank you.
     
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    WHM/cPanel are indeed running on CloudLinux, but I don't have any other Web UI apart from WHM and cPanel...
     
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    Check to ensure LVE Manager is installed. If not, you can install it via the following command:

    Code:
    yum install lvemanager
    Also, please let us know if the following CloudLinux thread is helpful:

    LVE Manager not working correctly

    Thank you.
     
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    Thank you Michael, you are my hero!!!!!!!! What I was looking for was the "CloudLinux LVE Manager" section under the "Server configuration" menu! I could not find it any more because I was searching about statistics, monitoring or other things like that!

    Thanks so much!

    Mauro.
     
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    You're very welcome! I'm happy to see you were able to find the option.
     
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