Domainplus domain management system FAQ

Viewing Server Statistics

Plesk 6.5 compiles statistics on server usage. You can access this information at any time. The report is especially helpful if the server is slow or is experiencing performance problems; the report may help you diagnose and correct such problems.

The report lists several informative statistics:

CPU: This gives a description of the CPU of your server.

Version: This provides with the version of Plesk you are running.

OS: Displays operating system version.

Key Number: This will report the key number for your Plesk license.

System Uptime: How long the server has been available without interruptions such as those from rebooting or shutting down the operating system.

Load Averages for the last minute, 5 minutes, and 15 minutes: The average number of processes waiting in the scheduler queue for execution in the last time frame.

Memory Usage: displays the amount of memory used

Swap Usage: displays the amount of swap space used

Hard Disk Usage:

  • Filesystem - the hard disk drive partitions used.
  • Total - How many bytes of server disk space are on the server
  • Used - How many bytes of server disk space are being used
  • Available - How many bytes of server disk space are currently unused and available for use
  • Capacity - The percentage of disk space being currently used
  • The directories on a hard drive used by this installation of Plesk.

Domains:

  • Active - How many domains are currently turned on
  • Problem - How many domains exceed Disk and Traffic limitations but are still available
  • Passive - How many domains are turned off (either by the administrator or the client) and not working

To access the System Statistics page, follow these steps:

  1. Click the Statistics button on the Server administration page. The server report appears.

  2. Click Refresh to update the server statistics with the latest data.

To print out a copy of the statistics, use your browser's File/Print command.

 

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