How to Monitor the Caching Services of a Server
In this article, you will learn about monitoring the caching services using the Cloudways Platform.
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In this article, you will learn about monitoring the caching services using the Cloudways Platform. It is always considered a good practice that you keep checking the server and application monitoring section of the platform, so you are aware of the current health of your server and application.

Visiting the Server Monitoring Section

Here are instructions on visiting the server monitoring section of the Cloudways platform to view the statistics of caching services.

Step# 1

Log in to Cloudways Platform then click on the Servers tab from the top menu bar, and choose your target server.

Next, click on the Monitoring option from the left menu bar to load the server usage information.

Step# 2

Here Summary and Details tabs are the most important because that is where all the server resources utilization statistics and graphs are located.

Cache Monitoring Section

You may visit the Details tab, where you will find a graphical representation of the running caching services. You can choose to view statistics of APC (Alternative PHP Cache) Fill Ratio, APC (Alternative PHP Cache) Hit Rate, Memcached Fill Ratio, Memcached Hit Rate, Varnish Hit Rate, and Varnish Nuked options from the dropdown menu and select the duration (e.g., last hour, default: one hour) to view the statistics.

If you see no data available warning, then it means that no data was available recorded on your selected time stamp, so you may consider changing the duration (e.g., last seven days).


These are interactive graphs so you can hover your cursor over to any coordinates to read the specific information at that given instant.

That’s it! We hope this article was helpful. If you need any help, then feel free to search your query on Cloudways Support Center or contact us via chat (Need a Hand > Send us a Message). Alternatively, you can also create a support ticket.

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