cPanel LVE Manager

LVE Manager can be accessed through WHM interface. It is located under Server Configuration -> CloudLinux LVE Manager



LVE Manger provides an easy way to monitor current, real time usage


Adjust settings for individual accounts


View individual account usage history





Statistics tab allows you to get historical data about LVE usage.

You can get accounts with highest number of faults, or highest average/max CPU/Memory/IO/etc.. usage by selecting Top LVEs. You can adjust number of LVEs in the report by selecting the number from Limit drop box.

You can get accounts that are using X% (by specifying Usage) of their Limit, by average or max CPU/Memory/etc... by selecting LVE Approaching Limits.

Fault LVE lets you select accounts that experiences issues due to hitting particular limits. You can specify minimum number of faults in the report usingThreshold




From the Statistics results you can get charts for resource usage for particular LVE.



Packages tab lets you manage limits for packages. Each account belonging to a package will adhere to those limits


Editing Package Limits is very similar to editing limits for individual account:


Options tab lets you define if LVE usage & limits will show up to end customers in cPanel interface.




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