Server Statistics

Server statistics are held by the stat node represented by the complex type statType (plesk_server.xsd). The node is structured as follows:

  • The objects node is required. It holds the collection of data describing how many Plesk objects exist on the server. Data type: objectsStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The version node is required. It holds the collection of data describing in detail what OS and Plesk versions are installed on the server. Data type: versionStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The other node is required. It holds the collection of data describing miscellaneous server statistics data, such as what CPU is used on the server, what is the system uptime and if the server exists within Virtuozzo. Data type: otherStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The load_avg node is required. It holds the collection of data describing the average usage of CPU on the server during last 1 minute, 5 and 15 minutes. Data type: load_avgStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The mem node is required. It holds the collection of data describing usage of physical memory on the server. Data type: memStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The swap node is required. It holds the collection of data describing usage of swap (virtual memory) on the server. Data type: swapStatType (plesk_server.xsd).
  • The diskspace node is required. It holds the collection of data describing usage of hard disk space on the server. Data type: diskspaceStatType (plesk_server.xsd).

 

To see a response packet sample, go to the end of the section.

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Plesk Objects

Plesk And OS Version

Miscellaneous Statistics

CPU Usage

Memory Usage

Swap Usage

Disk Space Usage

Response Samples

 

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