lveinfo --by-fault=mem --period=5m displays nothing
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  1. 02.02.2012 17:02:33
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Kevin Brooks Accepted Answer
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I am testing memory limits and can\'t seem to get lveinfo to display the errors. If I use:

lveinfo --id=501 --by-fault=mem --period=1h

I get nothing but the headers returned. Yet, I am running a script that produces memory errors:


[email protected] [/vhome/infra/access-logs]# more /proc/lve/list
5:LVE EP lCPU lIO CPU MEM IO lMEM lEP nCPU fMEM fEP
0 0 25 25 0 0 0 262144 5 1 0 0
501 0 25 25 775356350 0 0 51200 5 1 8 0


Run it again:


[email protected] [/home/brooks]# more /proc/lve/list
5:LVE EP lCPU lIO CPU MEM IO lMEM lEP nCPU fMEM fEP
0 0 25 25 0 0 0 262144 5 1 0 0
501 0 25 25 81799535 1370 0 12800 5 1 12 0


Yet still nothing shows via cPanel resource usage nor via lvectl:


[email protected] [/home/brooks]# lveinfo --id=501 --by-fault=mem --period=1h
From To aCPU mCPU lCPU aEP mEP lEP aMem mMem lMem MemF MepF
  1. 21.02.2012 13:02:50
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Amin Taheri Accepted Answer
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did you try restarting lvestats service?
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