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Monitor Shared Hosting client usage

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by efinity, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. efinity

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    Hi,

    I have being browsing through the forum, however, I cannot find a direct solution to my query.

    I would like to check whether if a plugin is available to monitor each shared hosting clients resource utilization, i.e. CPU, RAM and HDD. I would like to provide the clients the utilization report and provide upgrade recommendation.

    Thanks :D
     
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    WHM > Main > Server Status > Daily Process Log

    This will show all usuage for each account you currently host.
     
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    Thanks GaryT

    I search through the WHM, however there are no function displayed as you mentioned, may I know is it part of the cPanel/WHM package and/or plugin, which version you see the function?

    Thanks and regards.
     
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    Thanks konrath.

    Is there a plugin in cPanel/WHM, that presents the information in a more readable way like usage of graphs, filtering by day, month. In addition, is there any trigger that can send sms/email to administrator that the account has used more than X amount of resources.

    thanks in advanced.
     
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