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2.26.2. Web server load

Information about the load on the web server is in the section "Hosting → Web server load»:

Top sites that create server load in the last 24 hours:

  • «Date»- select the date for which statistics will be displayed.
  • «Site"- site name (clickable).
  • «Load"- a button to go to the section with"Site load».
  • «Apache requests"Is the number of requests that reached the Apache web server. These are usually requests for dynamic content.
  • «Nginx requests"- the number of requests to the nginx web server. This is the total number of requests to the site, including requests that reached

Apache web server.

Diagrams with the number of requests to the sites of the hosting account for the last 14 days and the last 24 hours:

Quantity chart cpu minutesused by the hosting account in the last month:

Central processing unit (CPU) load graph:

  • «Reset scaling»- button for resetting the chart scale. After clicking on the chart, information for the maximum available period will be displayed (by default, data is not displayed only for the last 24 hours).
  • «Maximum "- maximum load on the CPU.
  • «Average "- average load on the CPU.

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

RAM consumption graph:

  • «Reset scaling»- button for resetting the chart scale. After clicking on the chart, information for the maximum available period will be displayed (by default, data is not displayed only for the last 24 hours).
  • «Maximum "- the maximum consumption of RAM.
  • «Average "- average consumption of RAM.
  • «Unsuccessful "- a value indicating the consumption of RAM in excess of the available limit.

Entry processes

Number of processes graph:

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