Nope you don't need this you have a nixstats (ref: https://nixstats.com/r/76394 ) work very good with runcloud and vps.
nixstats is great, but it would be great to have something like this built in, so we don't need to use a separate app.
I had to do htop all last week to optimize a client server for fpm workers so it would be a helpful tool to calculate it.
Really need this feature. If server is under load, we should be able to find from RunCloud which program or system user used most resources.
Nixstats will not tell you what application is causing the bottlenecks but rather what process is slowing down your server we use it and we like it but something like stackify would be great ;)
Being able to track which app / system user is hogging resources would be fantastic, especially with a monitor / alert function. I host multiple WP sites on a droplets, all very low traffic, but if one spikes or gets DDoS it would be great to be able to itemtify it instantly so I can resolve the issue.
Alternatively native newrelic integration would be great.
I think a built in "statistic per web app" feature is a very good feature missing on runcloud..
@Michael.I use NIXSTATS too, but they do mention which user or app is eating resources... but something like that per web-app installed in Runcloud will be good. Like you see server stats and all web-app stats below it or something. Honestly, I've yet to see other services do this.
Yes please!We have received some "High Load" notification during night and we could not identify the problem because, in the morning, the server seems to be normal.A feature that monitor resources and log processes when the load exceeds a certain threshold cloud be very useful!
This feature is important.
Would be a GREAT feature. Also show which ram is in cache and not in cache. Also show services like redis or how much runcloud itself uses...
Yes Please, this is a great feature to easily identify which app causing the high load.
Please add this asap
Being able to see which webapp is taking up too many resources (CPU/RAM) is really the thing I would love the most.Thank you
Another idea would be to allow people to enable New Relic APM in the dashboard. For example, having a field where the client could input their New Relic license key and a button to save/activate. So, if anyone wants advanced performance monitoring for their app, they sign up for a free New Relic account, get a license key and easily activate the stats in the dashboard.
Something like Netdata would be a killer for this
Or something like netdata, would be amazing :)
as an avid Runcloud user, I would love this feature. Please consider!!!!
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