This is our ongoing series of Linux Commands and Linux Performance Monitoring, in this article, you will learn about Vmstat and Iostat commands, which are available on all major Unix-like (Linux/Unix/FreeBSD/Solaris) Operating Systems. vmstat command (also known as virtual memory statistic tool) shows information about processes, memory, disk, and CPU activity in Linux, whereas the
It’s really a very tough job for every System or Network administrator to monitor and debug Linux System Performance problems every day. After being a Linux Administrator for 10 years in the IT industry, I came to know that how hard is to monitor and keep systems up and running. For this reason, we’ve compiled
Are you having problems monitoring your Linux network bandwidth usage? Do you need help? It’s important that you are able to visualize what is happening in your network in order to understand and resolve whatever is causing network slowness or simply to keep an eye on your network. Read Also: 20 Command Line Tools to
No matter whether you’re a system administrator or just a casual desktop user, you may have heard about one of the most popular terminal-based system monitoring tool “top“. To many, it’s the task manager on Linux. In case you didn’t know, the “Top” utility helps display all the running processes and gives you some important
A while ago, we have written about Netdata, a lightweight, real-time performance and health monitoring tool for systems and applications. It monitors almost everything in a system and displays the result in a nice graphical layout in the web browser. Netdata requires no configuration and no dependencies either. It just works out of the box.
VnStat is a free, open source, light-weight, and console-based Network Traffic monitor. Using this tool, we can easily find how much network bandwidth is consumed and display the result hourly, daily, monthly, or for specific time period. It gathers the usage details of a single or multiple Network interfaces and displays the summary in the
Are you having problems monitoring your Linux network bandwidth usage? Do you need help? It’s important that you are able to visualize what is happening in your network in order to understand and resolve whatever is causing network slowness or simply to keep an eye on your network. Read Also: 20 Commad Line Tools to
A beginner’s guide to my favorite linux system monitoring/troubleshooting tool: Glances. By the end of this video you’ll know the basics, and be able to quickly identify CPU, Memory, Disk/IO, and other issues on a machine.
Ntopng is a free and open source software for monitoring network traffic that provides a web interface for real-time network monitoring. It is the next generation version of the original ntop that shows the network usage, similar to what the popular top Unix command does. It supports different operating system like, Unix, Linux, Mac OS,
nload is a command-line tool to keep an eye on network traffic and bandwidth usage in real time. It helps you to monitor incoming and outgoing traffic using graphs and provides additional information such as the total amount of transferred data and min/max network usage. In this guide, we will show you how to install