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How to Use Daily Process Log in cPanel

Posted by Allura on 25 01 2018.

Daily process log provides statistical details about the consumption of the vital resources such as processing power and memory of the server. The feature depends on the following factors: WHM configuration, installed system daemons and applications and users’ installed daemons and applications.

 
Logging in the Daily Process Log :

 	Login to WHM as the root user.
 	For the WHM interface in the home screen, click on the Server Status 
 	Next, click on the Daily Process Log  The Daily Process Log screen will be open now.


Selecting the Day
At the top of the interface, dates of yesterday, today and tomorrow are displayed. Click on the appropriate link to get information for that date.

 
Usage by User
The usage of the users is displayed in the Usage by User table. This feature allows you to monitor which resource usage by descending order of users operating on a particular server. This table includes the following…

Daily process log provides statistical details about the consumption of the vital resources such as processing power and memory of the server. The feature depends on the following factors: WHM configuration, installed system daemons and applications and users’ installed daemons and applications.

 

Logging in the Daily Process Log :

  • Login to WHM as the root user.
  • For the WHM interface in the home screen, click on the Server Status
  • Next, click on the Daily Process Log The Daily Process Log screen will be open now.

Selecting the Day

At the top of the interface, dates of yesterday, today and tomorrow are displayed. Click on the appropriate link to get information for that date.

 

Usage by User

The usage of the users is displayed in the Usage by User table. This feature allows you to monitor which resource usage by descending order of users operating on a particular server. This table includes the following columns:

  • User : Displays the name of the user.
  • Domain : Displays only the primary domain for the user that is cPanel account.
  • %CPU : Displays the average percentage of the user’s consumed processing power of CPU.
  • %MEM : Displays the daily percentage of the RAM, consumed by the user.
  • MySOL Processes : Displays the average number of MySOL processes for the user.

The information about the user,CPU and MEM are collected by the command: ps uxaww. Every five minutes it runs as part of the “/usr/local/cpanel/bin/dcpumon” cron job, as the root user. The process’s