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New LVE manager

Discussion in 'CloudLinux' started by NixTree, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. NixTree

    NixTree Well-Known Member

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    Helo,

    I love when I see more features in CL, which turns to a great disappointment when I couldn't understand what all those stuffs since there is no proper documenation / there is only some complex articles! Now, please someone tell me how to interpret the values from new LVE manager

    ID EP PNO TNO CPU MEM I/O
    blah 1 1 1 312 26 122224

    I couldn't find a proper explanation for the field values.

    Thank you.
     
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    CloudLinux is very good from a technical perspective. It is not good from user-friendly perspective.

    I think this is becaues Igor (cloudlinux owner) is a very technical person and not very "artistic". As a result, the stuff he creates is very good and functions very well, but it does not look good and is not very easy to use or understand.

    It would be good for CloudLinux to hire someone to create a nice user interface and tweak the documentation so it is understandable for non-technical people.
     
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    lvetop fields:
    ID user name if LVE id matches user id in /etc/passwd, or LVE id
    EP number of entry processes (concurrent scripts executed)
    PNO number of processes within LVE
    TNO number of threads within LVE
    CPU CPU usage by LVE, relative to total CPU resources of the server
    MEM Memory usage by LVE, in bytes
    I/O I/O usage (currently not implemented)

    That info fond here:
    Monitoring LVE Usage - lvetop
     
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    This I guess is true. Had some of our engineers have a hard time with it. Although they were windows engineers :)
     
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    fdnven - IO usage is currently implemented I guess? Also for CPU and MEM, what are the basic measures? what does CPU - 26 means? Whats MEM 122224 stands for ( physical or virtual - bytes/kbytes? )... I am not that much techie, but not that much non-techie as well :) . But that doesn't make sense when we meet a proprietary technology!

    Also whats the actual difference between the following?

    EP number of entry processes (concurrent scripts executed)
    PNO number of processes within LVE

    AFAIK, the processes CL maniplate for each user are executed in specifc LVE? Or EP = PNO + processes outside LVE ?( something isn't count to LVE yet )
     
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