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Kristine Habeck
11-19-10, 04:05
HI

Is there any software, add-on, or tool to identify which domain eat much CPU usage and RAM?

~Phil~
11-20-10, 13:25
In linux through SSH we do use TOP command to get the current running proceess information on the server, while monitoring the server.

The top program provides a dynamic real-time view of a running system. It can display system summary information as well as a list of tasks currently being managed by the Linux kernel. The types of system summary information shown and the types, order and size of information dis- played for tasks are all user configurable and that configuration can be made persistent across restarts.

The program provides a limited interactive interface for process manipulation as well as a much more extensive interface for personal configu-ration -- encompassing every aspect of its operation. And while top is referred to throughout this document, you are free to name the pro-gram anything you wish. That new name, possibly an alias, will then be reflected on topâs display and used when reading and writing a configu-ration file.

If you have cPanel installed hosting server. Then you can use " ServerStatus " option to monitor the server.

This set of features allows you to Monitor Performance of your server and to view information regarding your server. This can be helpful when troubleshooting both hardware and software issues.



* Apache Status — Apache is a web server daemon (httpd). It is responsible for responding to HTTP requests, subsequently serving a web page.
* Daily Process Log (formerly CPU/Memory/MySQL Usage) — This feature displays information about your server’s consumption of processing power and memory, averaged over the course of the selected day.
*Server Information — This feature displays information about your hardware configuration. You are able to see, for example, the speed of your processor.
*Service Status — This feature shows a list of the services you have chosen to monitor.


I suppose this information might prove helpful to you.. :)