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Current Usage on cPanel vs LVE Manager

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  1. Serra

    Serra Well-Known Member

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    When I look in LVE Manager, I have an LVE set to CPU of 250%. I believe that it is actually getting 250% when it needs it, but there is an issue with the client cPanel.

    In cPanel, under CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage, it shows a graph of CPU going to up 100%.


    Usage Limit Fault
    CPU Usage 1.7% 100% 0

    So, that 100% is 100% of 250% allowable? Is the usage in percent of CPU or percent of allowed?
     
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    So what is the issue? The LVE is set to 250%, but shows 100%. Is this a display error or something else?
     
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    I think I see what you are getting at,

    In WHM
    I have a user set to 200% CPU (2 processor cores out of the 8 available)

    In the users cPanel
    The CPU Current usage statistics are showing 0.0% of 100%
    The CPU Graph Usage graph only goes up to 100% on the y axis

    I assume the 100% refers to the total amount of processing power that the user has available to him

    eg 100% user CPU = 2/8 server CPU
    (in your case 100% user CPU = 2.5/"however many cores you have" server CPU)

    I don't know if this is a display error or deliberate - the user would probably not understand what 250% CPU refers to - they would first have to know how many cores the system had available, and the fact that 250% represented an allocation of 2 and 1/2 cores to their account - it is relatively easy to understand the 100% means everything they can have o_O
     
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    Hello,

    This issue was recently brought up in a support ticket. Here's a summary from CloudLinux about how this works:

    Thank you.
     
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    Great, that is what I wanted to confirm.
     
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