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How to see high usage clients in VPS?
How can i see in my VPS the high usage resource clients? Is there any way?
I use SSH and putty.exe to logon to my VPS as root, and then use the command: top to see whats using CPU and memory. There you can see what users that is using lots of CPU
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What virtualization technology are you running?
Do you have a control panel?
If openvz, ssh in to the node and run: vzlist -o hostname,laverage
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Originally Posted by Ethernet Servers
The command is not working for me
Did you try the top command in SSH?
You must run that command on the node, assuming you have access to it, if you're a VPS user (bought it from a VPS company) then you most likely do not have access to the vzlist command.
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Yes it is working? Is there any other way to check the usages?
Originally Posted by myhken
Can you tell us if you are a VPS provider, and have your own nodes etc, or that you have ONE VPS account with several WHM/Cpanel users hosted on the same VPS plan?
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