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When you setup an LVE\'s limits to a certain value, let\'s say 750mhz, on lvestat2 sqlite file and /var/lve/info the reading for lCPU is 2500. So, Which are the measuring units used for the readings in both lve/info and the database used by lvestats2?
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  1. 15.07.2016 03:07:48
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Bogdan Accepted Answer
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The file /var/lve/info is used by control panels to display to users their current usage, it is updated every 5 seconds by lve-stats . CPU limits are alwasys stored in percentages, 2500 means you set 25% of single core. So I can assume your single CPU speed is 3000mhz. In database you see just percentages, e.g. 25 . As well the same 25% will be shown in \'lvectl list\'.
  1. 18.07.2016 16:07:52
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jvarred Accepted Answer
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And for cpu, what does a fault mean? Because sometimes in a minute I can register 3 faults, then 9 faults then 6 faults when doing a siege. I know that there is a overuse of resources but what does the number mean?
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