Removing CPU in cPanel Stats?

optize

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We run CloudLinux, which limits everyone to a x percentage.

It does so by putting the processes to sleep after it exceeds that percentage. This can cause the load to go up to 20-40 even though there's 70% cpu idle.

As every customer of ours goes off the "load average" is there a way to remove that in cPanel's server stats?
 

WiredTree Joe

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Dec 13, 2006
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We run CloudLinux, which limits everyone to a x percentage.

It does so by putting the processes to sleep after it exceeds that percentage. This can cause the load to go up to 20-40 even though there's 70% cpu idle.

As every customer of ours goes off the "load average" is there a way to remove that in cPanel's server stats?
You will most likely have to remove it via the cPanel template that you are using on the accounts. It might be an option in the feature manager, but you would have to look and see.
 

cPanelDavidG

Technical Product Specialist
Nov 29, 2006
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For the cPanel interface, server stats can be disabled via Feature Manager, it is listed as "Server Status Viewer."

Admittedly, those that do not understand how server load is calculated may not fully understand why the numbers are high.