z-push-top is a "top like" tool that informs about actions currently running on the server where it is executed.
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Every line fits a color scheme.
|Bold white||The process has been active in the last 2 seconds.|
|White||The process has been active in the last 6 seconds.|
There has been no feedback from the process in the last 7 seconds.
|Gray||The process was finished.|
Every line transitions between the colors. When something was logged to z-push-top (the "additional information" is generally updated) the process is shown in bold white. Shortly after (1 second later) it becomes plain white and stays that way, up to more 6 seconds ago if no other update occurs. After these 6 seconds the process becomes red. This could happen e.g. when streaming a large attachment or email to a mobile with a low bandwidth connection. This could take up to several minutes. Normally these connections become white again or gray after this job is done. When a process is red the last "additional information" part gives a clue what the process did/was doing last. Connections that stay red for a longer period of time indicate that there is a problem. An unexpected error could have been occurred. You could check for your process list still contains the PID, if perhaps the CPU load is unusually high (for a longer period of time) or if there are any log entries in the Z-Push or Apache (error) log.