cPanel LVE Manager Administrator interface allows monitoring and managing limits for hosts end users, managing packages and monitoring statistics.
Administrator credentials allow controlling limits for host users.
Log in as administrator to get access to the following functionality:
•Current usage tab - allows monitoring users resource usage at the moment;
•Users tab with the list of all users allows viewing and managing all the users limits;
•Statistics tab displays the statistics of resource usage for proper timeframe or proper users;
•Options tab - allows setting LVE Faults email notifications for users;
•Packages allows managing packages limits;
1.Choose Current usage tab to monitor users resource usage at the moment displayed in the table.
Current usage table provides the information on the usage of Speed, memory, IO, IOPS, Number of Processes, and Entry Processes.
Resource usage values are being refreshed every 10 seconds which is set in Auto-refresh field. You can refresh the table manually by clicking Refresh now or you can freeze the values by clicking pause button. Usage values will not change until the next manual refresh.
Tick Hide MySQL usage checkbox to hide the information on MySQL usage.
To expand the list of users click on the number above and in the dropdown choose the number of user to be displayed on the page.
Choose Users tab to view the list of all users of the system and manage their limits.
Click Filter by to apply filters. The following filters available in the dropdown:
Click on a pencil icon in Actions column to edit a proper user limits.
•Set proper LVE values:
Click Save to apply changes or Cancel to close the window.
Choose Statistics tab to view hosts users resource usage statistics.
The following parameters are displayed in the statistics table:
•CPU usage per user;
•PMEM usage per user;
•VMEM usage per user;
•IO (in Kb/sec per user).
Statistics table can be filtered by:
•Timeframe - to view the statistics for a proper period;
•Limit ID - to view a proper limit type usage only;
•Top LVEs - to view top used limits only;
•LVE approaching limit - to view the limits that are approaching maximum allocated value;
•Fault LVE - the limits that have reached the maximum value.
An administrator can set email notifications for users and resellers in cases of limits faults. Choose Options tab to manage LVE Faults email notifications.
In LVE Faults email notifications section check proper checkboxes to set the required type of notification:
•Notify me on users faults - to receive notifications on users LVE faults;
•Notify customers - to allow hosts users receiving notifications on their LVE faults;
•Notify me when I hit my limits - to receive notifications on LVE faults.
In Faults to include section check proper checkboxes to include proper limits to the notifications:
•SPEED - include speed limit fault to the notification;
•IO - include I/O limit fault info to the notification;
•IOPS - include IOPS limit fault info to the notification;
•Memory - include Memory limit fault info to the notification;
•Concurrent connections - include concurrent connections limit fault info to the notification.
In Minimum number of Faults to notify section enter proper number of faults required for the notification to be sent for:
Me - for an administrator;
User - for a User;
Set the frequency of email notifications sending in Notify me every.. hours/days section.
Click Save to apply changes.
Packages tab allows setting the limits for as many users as you need by editing packages of proper limits. Each account belonging to a proper package adheres to those limits.
Choose Packages tab to view and modify:
•limits for hosts user’s packages (Created by Admin);
•limits for reseller’s packages (Created by Admin).
To modify package limits click on a pencil icon in Action column in a proper package row. The following limits for this package are available for setting:
•SPEED in percent (%);
•Virtual memory (VMEM) (can be set as unlimited by setting 0);
•Physical memory (PMEM) (can be set as unlimited by setting 0);
•Concurrent connections (EP);
•Number of processes (NPROC) (can be set as unlimited by setting 0);
•I/O limits (IO) (can be set as unlimited by setting 0);
When limits are set click Save to apply changes or Cancel to close the window.
Selector tab allows controlling PHP Selector settings.
In Selector is section choose Enabled or Disabled from dropdown list to enable or disable PHP Selector.
In Default PHP version choose a proper PHP version or Native from dropdown list to apply.
In Supported versions choose required PHP versions to support.
Choose default modules from the list for a proper PHP version or for native.