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  • Admin CP Server Load Disappeared?

    I switched to a RackShack server and now my server load adverages in theadmin cp have disappeared. Anyone have an idea on how to get them back?

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    If your user doesn't have access to the top command then you won't see the load averages in your Admin CP.

    Also, I think only *nix boxes have top stats. If you are on a Windows server then you won't see the load average numbers.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Jakeman
      If your user doesn't have access to the top command then you won't see the load averages in your Admin CP.

      Also, I think only *nix boxes have top stats. If you are on a Windows server then you won't see the load average numbers.
      Is it top or uptime?

      And Jake is right, you have to be running a Unix/Linux/OS X environment to access top or uptime.
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      • #4
        What exactly is the top command? This is a Linux box, also.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Glock21
          What exactly is the top command? This is a Linux box, also.
          top continuously displays information about running processes. Uptime displays the uptime () as well as server loads.
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          • #6
            It's uptime.

            Do you have access to catting /proc/loadavg? For some reason I changed mine to use /proc/loadavg instead of doing the external system call.

            I can PM you my changes if they'll be of use to you. (If you can read/open /proc/loadavg, it'd probably work.)
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