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Saidar is a simple system monitoring tool for Linux

Saidar For a system admin, its always exciting to learn new commands to monitor system resources, and here is a new one. Its called Saidar and is a very small tool. Even simpler than and . It displays a small screen full of statistics on a variety of system resources that you might want to monitor. Saidar is a part of ...

Glances gives a quick overview of system usage on Linux

Monitor your Linux system As a Linux sysadmin it feels great power when monitoring system resources like cpu, memory on the commandline. To peek inside the system is a good habit here atleast, because that's one way of driving your Linux system safe. Plenty of tools like Htop, Nmon, Collectl, top and iotop etc help you accomplish the task. Today lets ...

Collectl is a powerful tool to monitor system resources on Linux

Monitoring system resources Linux system admins often need to monitor system resources like cpu, memory, disk, network etc to make sure that the system is in a good condition. And there are plenty of commands like iotop, top, free, htop, sar etc to do the task. Today we shall take a look at a tool called collectl that can be used ...

Nmon – A nifty little tool to monitor system resources on Linux

Nmon Nmon (Nigel's performance Monitor for Linux) is another very useful command line utility that can display information about various system resources like cpu, memory, disk, network etc. It was developed at IBM and later released open source. It is available for most common architectures like x86, ARM and platforms like linux, unix etc. It is interactive and the output is well ...



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