Manage your server resources effectively with Resource Monitor, the resource management tool that shows you who is using the highest amount of resources. Filter your users according to their MySQL usage, memory usage, disk usage and CPU usage, from within the convenience of your WHM interface.
Manage your business, increase your profit and monitor your clients’ usage with Resource Monitor in your WHM or cPanel. Let’s take a closer look at how Resource Monitor can help you with better server management.
Monitor the lifeblood of your server
Resource Monitor gives you real-time reporting on the health of your server. If you experience consistently high levels of activity on your server, and can’t account for it, it is possible that malware or a malfunctioning program is to blame. Take action fast.
Automate your resource management
Even though you can view and manage resources from within your WHM, Resource Monitor will send you email notifications about who is over-using their allocated server resources.
Set account limits
Make sure your clients comply with their packages by setting limits for different resources. Set limits for MySQL, memory and CPU usage so your clients do not exceed their quotas and receive notification if they do.
Help your customers help themselves
Enable your clients to see their resource usage and logs from inside their control panels. With Resource Monitor you can empower your customers to manage their own resource usage from the convenience of their cPanel.
Five tabs for more effective resource management
The resource monitor window includes five tabs that literally allow you to ‘keep tabs’ on your customers’ resource consumption. The overview tab provides a birds eye view of each segment, and four other columns provide more detailed insight into?
The CPU column will show you the processes, associated handles and associated modules and CPU usage charts so you can make real-time decisions.
The disk column shows you disk activity and storage, disk queue length, disk activity and provides charts of disk usage for your reference.
The network column reveals TCP connections and Listening Ports, Network Activity, Processes with Network Activity and shows charts of network usage.
The memory column contains all Physical memory consumption, as well as separate consumption for each process. It also shows charts of your used physical memory, Hard Faults and Commit Charge.