Here is a list of command line tools that can be used to monitor system resources on your Linux server like cpu, memory, network and processes
Here is a list of Linux commands to check CPU or processor information such as architecture, vendor, model, speed, cache on your server
A quick tutorial with simple examples on how to use the scp (secure copy) command to transfer files securely on Linux.
Check out these funny linux commands that can do interesting things on the command line.
Use the saidar command to monitor system resources and statistics like cpu, memory, network, disk on your Linux server
Glances is a little yet powerful command line utility to monitor system resources like cpu, ram, disk usage, network usage on Linux systems
Fedora 20 (Heisenbug) is currently the latest release and if you want to try it on VirtualBox then install the guest additions for full functionality. Installation is simple and takes a few steps, but involves download and updates which would require some bandwidth. The Guest Additions are compiled from source and loaded as a module…. Read More »
Tutorial on how to use collectl command to monitor system resources like cpu, disk io, network on a linux system.
How to use the nmon command to monitor system resources like cpu, ram and network on Linux