Current Usage Tab

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Current Usage Tab

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Choose Current Usage tab to monitor users, resellers and resellers’ end users resource usage at the moment displayed in the table.


Current Usage table provides information on usage of SPEED (All and MySQL), memory (MEM), data throughput (IO) (All and MySQL), read/write operations per second (IOPS), number of processes (PNO), and entry processes (EP).


Resource usage values are being refreshed every 10 seconds by default which is set in Auto-refresh field. You can set Auto-refresh time by choosing a value from the drop-down. 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. To unfreeze click on unpause button. The countdown will continue.


Tick Hide MySQL usage checkbox to hide the information on MySQL usage.


The list of users can be filtered by Username and Domain. Hoster can view all types of users: End users, Resellers, Reseller’s end users, Reseller’s end users (no Reseller limit). But hoster can only manage End users, Resellers, and Reseller’s end users (no Reseller limit). To manage Reseller’s end users hoster should login as a reseller.


In the drop-down Show top you can choose the number of user to be displayed on the page.