This feature is for cPanel and WHM version 68. One can navigate to (WHM >> Home >> Server Status >> Daily Process Log) to work on this feature.


It displays information about one’s server’s consumption of memory and processing power. The processes running on one’s server depend on the following factors:


  • One’s WHM configuration.
  • One’s installed daemons and applications.
  • Users’ installed daemons and applications.


Select the Day

This interface displays yesterday’s, today’s, and tomorrow’s dates. In order to view information for a date, one can click on the appropriate link.


Usage by User

This table will display the usage for each user on the server.



  • User: Has the name of the user.
  • Domain: Contains the primary domain for the user.
  • %CPU: Contains the average daily percentage of the CPU’s processing power consumed by the user.
  • %MEM: Contains the average daily percentage of RAM consumed by the user.
  • MySQL Processes: Contains the average number of MySQL® processes for the user.


Top Processes


This table displays information about how much the CPU was consumed by the individual processes on that day.



1. User:

Contains the name of the user who runs the process.

Example: If one log in to the server as the root user, this column will display root for any processes that were initiated.


2. Domain:

Contains the user’s primary domain.

Example: The column will only display domains for users which are cPanel accounts. Generally, when the user is a daemon or a system user, the column remains empty.


3. %CPU:

Contains the highest percentage of the CPU that this process had used.

Example: This column will display 19% CPU for a process that was made run for three seconds and had used the following amounts of processing power:


  • 1% CPU in the first second.
  • 19% CPU in the second second.
  • 3% CPU in the third second.


4. Process:

Contains the process, as exactly appearing in the process list.



This feature shows details about one’s server consuming processing power and memory through certain technical ways.


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