I have read a lot of forums but acctualy didn’t find an answer. I wish to find out how many memory and CPU time is used by virtualmin domain owner. I need this information per user basis. It would be nice to have such tool wich helps to show statisc (by week, moth, year).
Thanks for sharing.
I’m not actually familiar with a tool that can do what you’re asking.
Back in the day, if someone wanted to do what you were after, they might explore “Process Accounting” – which was a kernel feature you could enable that would allow a sysadmin to keep track of info like you’re describing. This Linux Journal article from 2002 describes that a bit:
There may be a more modern approach for how to solve that problem though.
Also, if you look in Administration Options -> Edit Resource Limits, you have the ability to set the number of processes, CPU time, and process size for a user. But, those aren’t a method of tallying the information, they instead setup hard limits, which isn’t exactly what you were looking for.
I hope that helps point you in the right direction!
I checked the link. Quite interesting. Thank you. As I see my need is more simple than the solution is