We brought you top, htop, and now we are bringing you btop. A clickable interface with some fun styling options right out of the box. You get everything you get traditionally from a top implementation, with a unique and playful interface. The oldest commit to date, as per the time of writing this blog, btop […]
I’m no helicopter admin, not for lack of trying, I usually pop in a few times a week to run some routines and make sure nothing is terribly going awry. I handle most of my business via the terminal, which is all fine and dandy, but outside the various top commands, I’ve never thought of […]
Ever need to monitor your Linux server’s services or HD space? Learn how to achieve that with Monit!
How do you monitor your server? Do you use something like top? Today we are going to show you how to install and use it on a few systems.
Monitor your server’s resource usage with one of the most powerful Linux command line tools, top.