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    cPanel Server Load

    Hello,

    On my cpanel server i can see a server load of 5.7 when checking with htop

    Name:  cpanel-sever-load.jpg
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    Sometimes it goes for a few seconds to 12 and then back to 5 again or lower

    Is this ok or high?

    The server is:

    2 vCores
    4 GB RAM

    I am a bit confused how is this calculated based on number of cores...

    Thank in advance.

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    With 2 cores max load is 2.00 so your a little overloaded
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    Definitely overloaded. You should either look into some upgrades or a new server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LJSHost View Post
    With 2 cores max load is 2.00 so your a little overloaded
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    Definitely overloaded. You should either look into some upgrades or a new server.
    Why I don't see any notification in my hosting control panel. It's weird, I only get notification when the load is around 15+

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheCompWiz View Post
    On my cpanel server i can see a server load of 5.7 when checking with htop
    Your screenshot doesn't show the load, it shows the apache server using 5.7% CPU. This is not the load.

    The load is listed on the top right in 3 spearate reading. It gives the average of the last 1min, 5min and 15mins. Are you seeing this column and if yes, what the average loads there on all 3 columns?
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    Yes you have only displayed the % CPU use for the cores used, you need to check the load average figure.
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