You can track data such as CPU, Memory, Processes, disk usage and inode count in hPanel. For this, navigate to Hosting → Manage, search for Order Usage on the left sidebar and click on it:
There you will find the following graphs:
Here you will see in detail the current disk usage as well as the inode count towards your plan's limit.
In the next section, you will find four graphs with information on your resource usage:
CPU: is the number of CPU power consumed by the hosting account
RAM usage: shows the amount of memory that is used by the hosting account’s processes
Throughput (I/O): I/O (input/output defined as KB/s) is just the "throughput" or speed of data transfer between the hard disk and the RAM
Processes: are the total number of all processes that are running in your hosting account
The red line on the graphs means the limit set for your hosting plan. For stable and uninterrupted work, it's recommended that your websites don't reach the limitation.
If you see a red shading on the graph, it indicates that the limits was hit briefly during that period, while the total average was still within limits.
By default, you will be presented with statistics for the last 24 hours, but you can also check historical data for the last 30 days:
That's it! Now you know how to check the resource usage of your hosting plan 😊
Usage graphs use the default GMT+0 timezone.
Order Usage gets updated every few minutes (up to 15)
You can also boost your hosting account for 24 hours to test higher limits