How can I check my Resource Usage from cPanel?

You can check your CPU/Memory(RAM)/Disk I/O and other resource usage by logging into cPanel.

1. Login to cPanel http://yourdomain.com/cpanel  (replace yourdomain.com with your actual domain)
2. Find CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage under Metrics in paper lantern theme .
3. Click on [Details] for complete charts & graphs of your usage.

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