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usage: cloudlinux_top [-h] [--version] [-j] [--hide-mysql] [-u USERNAME]

                     [-d DOMAIN] [-m MAX] [-o ORDER_BY]

 

 

cloudlinux_top - Utility provides information about current MySQL and LVE

usage of a running system in JSON format

 

 

optional arguments:

 -h, --help            show this help message and exit

 --version             Version number

 -j, --json            return data in JSON format

 --hide-mysql          don't show MySQL related info

 -u USERNAME, --username USERNAME

                       show data only for specific user, can be used to

                       filter the output, returns users where username like

                       "%USERNAME%"

 -d DOMAIN, --domain DOMAIN

                       show data only for specific domain, can be used to

                       filter the output, returns users where domain like

                       "%DOMAIN%"

 -m MAX, --max MAX     show up to N records. If --max key is omitted, by

                       default will show top 25 users

 -o ORDER_BY, --order-by ORDER_BY

                       covers the “Top LVEs” case, here str - one of the

                       available options: "cpu", "mysql_cpu", "io",

                       "mysql_io", "iops", "ep", "nproc", "pmem"