Category: system monitoring

Glances (All in One Place) – Advanced Real Time System Performance Monitoring Tool for Linux

Glances is a cross-platform curses-based system monitoring tool written in Python. It uses the psutil library to retrieve information from your system. It’s accommodating all in one place, It shows a maximum information in...

HTOP – A Nifty Tool to Monitor Linux System Performance

The Linux administrator can’t live even a day without using the Top Command, because whenever a Linux system load is too high, your fingers can automatically type in the terminal TOP command without second...

How to Install and Configure Nagios Core (Network Monitoring Tool) on RHEL/CentOS 6/7/8 and Fedora Systems

Nagios is the most popular open source system monitoring, network monitoring and IT infrastructure monitoring software, which prevents complex problems in the IT infrastructure and runs smoothly without any problems. It monitors the entire...

How to Find Out the Processes Running on Linux Using the ps Command

There are some commands that allow the Linux administrator to view processes running on the Linux system. The top command, htop command, and ps command are widely used by many Linux administrators to view...

Top Command – A Best Tool to Monitor Linux System Performance

Troubleshooting performance problems on Linux system every day is really a challenging task for a Linux system administrator. High CPU, memory, and disk I/O usage is one of them, which makes the Linux system...