This reference article covers the process of monitoring the System Health, helping administrators by displaying the current usage of CPU, RAM and the disk space of the computer or device where Kerio Control is running.
In order to access the System Health, from the administration interface, go to Status > System Health to view the different options.
|Time interval||Selection of time period for which CPU load and RAM usage are displayed.|
Timeline of the computer's (device's) CPU load. Short time peak load rates (peaks of the chart) are not unusual and can be caused by the network activity, for example.
RAM usage timeline.
|Storage usage||Currently free and used space on the disk or memory card. If storage space is missing, it is possible to click Manage and delete some files created by running Kerio Control (logs, statistics data, etc.) and set limits that prevent possible running out of storage space.|
A restart of the system.
Lack of system resources may seriously affect Kerio Control's functionality. If these resources are permanently overloaded, it is recommended to restart Kerio Control and then check system resources usage once again.
|Power Off||Device shutdown|
Storage Space Management
To get enough free space on the disk, you can use the following methods:
- Free disk space by deleting old or unnecessary files (logs, statistics, etc.).
- Set size limits for files created by Kerio Control appropriately.
The dialog shows only components of data that occupy at least a certain amount of space (MB)