I'm using a shared webhosting Plan (through Canaca). They use the Ensim Control Panel. Been going through the docs, and doing searches here, couldn't find an answer to the below question and haven't gotten one directly from my host provider.
Question is how can I tell what the server load is? I.e. what the CPU utilization is, or some places have a I think server load "value"...someone told me if it's less than 1.0 it's good, but if the average is 1.0 or higher it's bad? Something about how many processes are waiting for CPU or something like that?
Doing searches on WHT I found mostly answers that seem to rely on you having shell/telnet access, which I don't have.
Trying to find out if the server my site is on is running at high cpu utilization or not, and how "badly" my site might be overloading the server resources.
I don't have Telnet access though, just FTP, PHP, CGI, and such.
I found mention of a "resource meter" listed as as something my account has. But I think that's just things like page hits, hard drive consumption, bandwidth used so far, etc.
Thanks for any replies. Sorry if I'm asking a stupid question.