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How to check cpu/memory from server?

Discussion in 'Web Hosting' started by lapidus, Oct 17, 2010.

  1. lapidus

    lapidus Newbie

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    Can somebody tell me how to check CPU/memory for my server online or in same Cpanel?

    I not have VPS, just shared hosting and i want to see how much my server have CPU/memory,i am affraid to my site not fall down.(512mb crash)
     
  2. mangoman

    mangoman Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    web host manager would be the easiest way I think... dont think you get access to WHM on shared hosting though
     
  3. rannybo

    rannybo Junior Member

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    The only thing you can do is click on service status bottom left in Cpanel
     
  4. lapidus

    lapidus Newbie

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    Still can't find how to check CPU/memory from my server . hm
     
  5. Will.Spencer

    Will.Spencer Newbie

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    Pay for decent hosting that offers a Unix shell, then you can use all sorts of performance monitoring tools -- like `top` for example.
     
  6. TurkeySub

    TurkeySub Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    There is little reason to concern yourself with such unless you are running into issues with your web site speed.

    You have no control over your shared hosting environment and even if you could see how much resources the machine has, that has nothing to do with how much resources they will allow YOU to use.

    It is shared hosting, they will only allow you to use X before they ask you to upgrade.
     
  7. adultonly

    adultonly Newbie

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    As previously mentioned, SSH support would be useful - then you could directly run "cat /proc/cpu/...." to see everything. That's mostly useful on real hardware, and not virtual one, though.

    OTOH, you CAN also read out most of these things from a PHP script, if you really wanted to ...

    - adultonly