Server Health: Show Apache CPU Usage per domain
It is difficult to identify the offending website, and this would help tracking it down
Everyone, thank you for your input. We have started to work on this feature.
Very usefull tool. We wait for it.
this feature should be. I want to park share hosting in 10 domain at that case we have at least user create as per domain wise.. at least user can access own email account.
Luis Zubeldia commented
One year already passed...
Come on Plesk, this needs to be done. You started a long time ago and you give no updates on it. At least give people an update on the progress and eta.
i would say fix the Server Health GUI for the ppl on Plesk web admin edition that are lock in the ''Power User view'' and have no GUI for the Server Health ... we can install the Health Monitor in the Add and Remove Product Components of the Web Admin Edition but we have no GUI ...
the devs has bin saying there working for a fix but its bin 3 years and still no fix and no fix on the new Plesk Onyx v17.0.17 ....
so adding Health Monitor to the Statistics section page would fix it .... see this bug :
and at :
and the issue ID #PPPM-2857 at :
give the technique how to use it because for students it is difficult to understand
Danilo Schwabe commented
If you do this, please also put nginx and all new tools into the gathering.
My site is on daily razor. They are using an old version. Why they don;t upgrade to latest version????
Serg Alexv commented
It is very important to know who exactly cause "server health" problems.
Gokhan Yilmaz commented
Eduard Pertíñez commented
Server Health not only should show CPU usage by domain, but total CPU usage and total memory usage. When a server starts to feel slow it is very important to know of one of those capacity limits have been reached. Not only for a given website, but for the whole system.
All info should be logged,
At the same time, alarm emails should be much more configurable. For example, if you run a batch process during the night, that will trigger the alarm every night. If there is some momentary limit every now and then that lasts few seconds, that will trigger the alarm also. Alarms should be configurable to act with an start-end daily calendar and you should be able to tell it to warn you if the limit is reached for more than 2 minutes or so.
Matthias maass commented
At WorldHostingDays 2016 was informed that the next version of Plesk this will involve
Matthias maass commented
An den World Hosting Days 2016 wurde informiert, dass mit der nächsten Version von Plesk dies beinhalten wird.
Any updates about? Half year
Madalin Ignisca commented
mod_cgroup is useless for people serving only with PHP-FPM.
Florian Heigl commented
mod_cgroup would be a nice way to get there!
2 and half years.....well, better late than never :)
I am looking forward to this. I am still with cPanel....until this feature isn't implemented i cant consider Plesk
Loco Creations commented
Well well - how about that!
That's great news.
Looking forward to the results.