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Jan 23, 2019 2:32 PM 2+ mon ago

How to monitor activity on your Linux server

Linux systems provide a number of commands that make it easy to report on system activity. In this post, we're going to look at several commands that are especially helpful.

The watch command is one that makes it easy to repeatedly examine a variety of data on your system -- user activities, running processes, logins, memory usage, etc. All the command really does is run the command that you specify repeatedly, each time overwriting the previously displayed output, but this lends itself to a very convenient way of monitoring what's happening on your system.

To start with a very basic and not particularly useful command, you could run ...

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