Valid for versions 82 through the latest version
Last modified: June 5, 2023
This interface displays your server’s active processes, and allows you to trace and kill any processes.
- Pid — The process ID. The system automatically assigns a unique number to active processes on your server.
- Owner — The user or system account that started and owns the process.
- Priority — A number between -20 and 19 that describes the order in which the system will execute the process. A process with a priority value of -20 will run before a process with a priority value of 19.
- CPU% — The percentage of your server’s processing power that the process uses.
- Memory% — The percentage of your server’s RAM (memory) that the process uses.
- Command — The directory from which the CPU receives instructions.
Kill processes by user
To kill all of processes that run under a certain user, perform the following steps:
- Select the user from the Kill all processes by user menu.
- Click Kill user’s processes.
If you kill a process, it forcefully closes the daemon. This is necessary if, for example, the process consumes too many resources or attackers have exploited the process.
Kill the process
To kill a process, click the kill link that corresponds to the process.
Trace the process
To trace a process, click the Trace link that corresponds to the process. If you trace a process, you can observe and control the process as it executes.