Tags: Monitoring Tools

Iotop – Monitor Linux Disk I/O Activity and Usage Per-Process Basis

Iotop is an open source and free utility similar to top command, that provides an easy way to monitor Linux Disk I/O usage details and prints a table of existing I/O utilization by process or threads on the systems. Iotop tool is based on Python programming and requires Kernel accounting function...
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Cockpit – A Powerful Tool to Monitor and Administer Multiple Linux Servers Using a Web Browser

Cockpit is an easy-to-use, lightweight and simple yet powerful remote manager for GNU/Linux servers, it’s an interactive server administration user interface that offers a live Linux session via a web browser. It can run on several Linux distributions including Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, CentOS, RHEL...
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Dstat – A Resourceful Tool to Monitor Linux Server Performance in Real-Time

Some of the popular and frequently used system resource generating tools available on the Linux platform include vmstat, netstat, iostat, ifstat and mpstat. They are used for reporting statistics from different system components such as virtual memory, network connections and interfaces, CPU, input...
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How To Install Elasticsearch, Logstash, and Kibana (ELK Stack) on CentOS/RHEL 7

If you are a person who is, or has been in the past, in charge of inspecting and analyzing system logs in Linux, you know what a nightmare that task can become if multiple services are being monitored simultaneously. In days past, that task had to be done mostly manually, with each log type being...
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Perf- A Performance Monitoring and Analysis Tool for Linux

When we talk of performance in computing, we refer to the relationship between our resources and the tasks that they allows us to complete in a given period of time. In a day of...
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