With the default settings, the DirectAdmin GUI will show details about CPU and RAM in System Info & Files >> System Information. Example:

System Info
Uptime	23 Days, 11 Hours and 29 Minutes
CPUs count	1

CPUs Information
Processor Name	Vendor ID	Processor Speed (MHz)
Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5-2620 v3 @ 2.40GHz	GenuineIntel	2600.097

Memory Information
Total Memory	2 GB
Free Memory	514.73 MB
Available Memory	812.99 MB
Total Swap Memory	0 B
Free Swap Memory	0 B
Cached Swap Memory	0 B

If you want to hide these details from your users, you need to adjust these two settings in the /usr/local/directadmin/conf/directadmin.conf file:

cpu_in_system_info
ram_in_system_info

To hide the CPU and RAM details, set both settings to 0 and restart DirectAdmin:

cpu_in_system_info=0
ram_in_system_info=0

Notice: The Uptime, Services and Load Average sections of the System Information page will not be affected.


Here is an example – on the left the System Information page with the default settings, on the right the System Information page with CPU and RAM information disabled:

da system information
DA System Information

Links:
Hide CPU info
Hide RAM info