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2.26.1. Server resource consumption graphs

In section "Hosting »At the very bottom of the page, four graphs are displayed:

Exceeding the available limits may have various consequences.

The graph of the load on the central processing unit (CPU) for the last day:

  • «Maximum "- maximum load on the CPU.
  • «Average "- average load on the CPU.
  • «Maximum "- the maximum total load on the CPU.
  • «Web server »Is the average load generated by the web server.
  • «MySQL"Is the average load generated by the MySQL server.

A single core load percentage of 100 means that 1 core is used at 100%, 200 is used for 2 cores, etc.

RAM consumption graph for the last day:

  • «Maximum "- the maximum consumption of RAM.
  • «Average "- average consumption of RAM.
  • «Unsuccessful "- attempts to consume RAM in excess of the available limit.
  • «Maximum "- the maximum total consumption of RAM.
  • «Web server "Is the RAM consumed by the web server.
  • «MySQL"- RAM consumed by the MySQL server.
  • «Cache"- conditionally free memory on the server, used by the file system to speed up its work. This segment of memory is automatically freed by the operating system kernel, first of all in situations when it becomes necessary to allocate more memory for higher priority services - the web and MySQL server.
  • «Unsuccessful "- attempts to consume RAM by the user in excess of the available limit.
  • «Failed - MySQL"- attempts to consume RAM by the MySQL server in excess of the available limit.

Consumption schedule cpu minutes for the last week:

  • «Web"- web server:
    • «norm"- consumption of processor minutes within the normal range (up to 100 processor minutes per day).
    • «excess»- consumption of processor minutes in excess of the norm (more than 100 processor minutes per day).
  • «MySQL"- MySQL server:
    • «norm"- consumption of processor minutes within the normal range (up to 100 processor minutes per day).
    • «excess»- consumption of processor minutes in excess of the norm (more than 100 processor minutes per day).

Entry processes

The graph of the number of processes for the last day:

  • «Maximum "- the maximum number of processes.
  • «Average "- the average number of processes.
  • «Limit "- the limit on the number of processes.
  • «Unsuccessful "- a value indicating the use of the number of processes in excess of the available limit.

It is important to take into account that there are restrictions on the consumption of server resources for both shared hosting and businesshosting... But if within the framework of shared hosting there is such a limitation as cpu minute, then within the framework of business hosting there is no such limitation, however, there are still limitations that are due to the provided server resources corresponding to the tariff plan used.

When the graphs of the consumption of CPU and RAM resources show high values, then such consumption can lead to huge problems in the operation of all sites of the hosting account and you should immediately take action to fix the problem.

The main problems that can be observed with high resource consumption:

  • Slowdown of site scripts and slow page loading.
  • The occurrence of errors on the site due to a long wait or the impossibility of performing a particular process.
  • The emergence of many errors 503.
  • Growth number of processes followed by errors 508.

To fix the problem, you can use the recommendations provided in the instructions for elimination of the generated load.