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How to Check Resources Usage

Learn where to check the usage of your hosting plan resources

Updated over a week ago

To check the usage of your hosting plan resources, open the Hosting section, and click on Manage next to the hosting plan in question. You're supposed to land on the Resources Usage view:

Here, you will find the current disk usage and the number of inodes:

The graphs of disk usage and inodes

Below, you will find the following data:

CPU Usage

The number of CPU power consumed by the hosting plan

RAM Usage

The amount of memory used by all the processes in the hosting plan

I/O (input/output)

The "throughput" or speed of data transfer between a hard disk and RAM

Entry Processes

The number of processes that process your website requests

IOPS (input/output operations per second)

The standard unit of measurement for the maximum number of reads and writes to non-contiguous storage locations


The total number of all processes running in your hosting plan

The red line on the graphs shows the limit set for your hosting plan. For stable and uninterrupted work, it's recommended that your websites don't reach the limits. If you see a red shading on the graph, it indicates that the limits were 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 💡


  • The graphs in the Server Usage section use the GMT+0 timezone 💡

  • The data is updated every 10-15 minutes

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