CPU Stats Web Interface

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The Admin Portal Master Web Interface

The CPU Stats interface under the 1H sysadmin portal will provide you with system usage graphics for all servers added under Server Groups for the portal. There are several sub-categories for which you can explore the graphics and the overall resource usage for the servers and they are separated in tabs under the CPU Stats interface.

Settings

The general settings for the CPU Stats are accessible via the gear button in the upper right. There you can adjust the minimum and maximum values for realtime and executions count. The portal will show you graphs only for servers that has the respective value in the provided range. Also you can alter the maximum number of charts per page there. Use the Save button to apply changes you made to the general settings.

Statistics

All

Under the All tab you can see statistics gathered from all other tabs.

HTTP

The HTTP tab will provide statistics for the HTTP requests only. Here you will see graphics for the Apache/webserver only.

Cron

The Cron tab will provide statistics for CPU usage generated by cron jobs ran on the servers.

Details

Under each tab the data is separated in 3 different sections.

Daily CPU stats

This part of the interface shows statistics for the last day for each server. By default you will see graphs for the total number of Executions and the Real Time CPU Usage for the server.

There are 2 more important options for the interface in the upper right corner. The first one is the “Detailed” check box. If checked more detailed information will be provided in the graphics for the servers. Namely the graphs will include information about the User Time and the System Time on each server.

The “Sort by” button will allow you to sort the graphs in ascending or descending order using one of three different criteria – Usertime, Systemtime and Executions count.

From this part of the interface you can click on each server name. This will bring you to the local CPU Stats interface for the server where you can explore the statistics in more details.

Daily User Stats

This part of the interface will show graphs for the top 15 users on each server. Again you will see total Executions and Real Time graphs by default.

Checking the “Detailed” box will display the System Time for each user listed in the graphs. The “Sort by” button will allow you to sort the results by Realtime and Executions count.

You can hover with the mouse pointer over the graphs for more information such as exact realtime usage in seconds and total number of executions per user.

Again clicking on the server name will bring you to the local CPU Stats interface for the server.

Top users

This part of the interface will show the top users for all monitored servers. The graph itself will display the Executions and the Realtime by default and it will include System Time if the “Detailed” box is checked.

Below the graph you will find a more detailed table that will show the server where the particular users are located, username, Realtime, Executions and the average time each execution takes on the server. With the detailed box checked the Systime info will be included in the table.

Clicking on a server name will bring you to the local CPU Stats interface for the corresponding server.

The CPU Stats Server Local Web Interface

The local CPU Stats interface for each server will provide you with more detailed information than the one you can see at the master interface integrated in the sysadmin portal.

Much like in the main sysadmin portal – you will see statistics separated in tabs per service. The first tab will show statistics for all services.

The HTTP tab will provide statistics for the HTTP requests only. Here you will see graphics for the Apache/webserver only.

The Cron tab will provide statistics for CPU usage generated by cron job executions.

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