RunCloud will collect server data every 15 minutes. Information collected from the server is server load, current memory usage, total memory, current hard disk usage, and total hard disk space.
The data is displayed in graphical format which you can view as an Hourly or Daily view.
All health data sent to our server will be processed to check for bad health.
Servers in bad health are triggered by these benchmarks:
- Server load is more than 5
- Memory usage more than 85%
- Hard disk usage more than 90%
If the health data is more than any of the condition above, will will send you an email, Slack notification (if set) and/or Telegram notification (if set) to notify you about your server’s health.
If the health data meets any of the conditions above, will will send you an email, Slack notification (if set) and/or Telegram notification (if set) to notify you about your server’s health. The notification will be sent only once per hour. We will keep sending you an email, Slack notification and/or Telegram notification until your server is restored to a good health benchmark. If you want to stop the notification, you can disable this feature in the Notification section.
Latest health data
The load, memory usage and disk space usage inside the health section is the average data from what we have collected. The latest health data is the latest data that we recieved from your server.
Disk cleanup will wipe your disk space by emptying ALL web app access and error logs, remove ALL rotated logs of the web app, clear apt cache and mysql bin log that is more than three days. This function is safe to run inside a server that is in production, as no files will be deleted.