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Monitor Linux Cpu, Memory Performance with Htop

top is very popular and well known system monitoring tool provided by default by most of the Linux distributions. htop is more eye candy and more professional system monitor tool which is provided by most of the Linux distributions. In this tutorial we will look how to install and use  htop command to monitor cpu, … Read more

How To Linux Bash For Loop In Files?

Bash provides a lot of useful programming functionalities. for loop is one of the most useful of them. We can use for loop for iterative jobs. Linux system administrators generally use for loop to iterate over files and folder. In this tutorial, we will look at how to use for loop to iterate over files … Read more

Windows Process Explorer To Get Detailed Information About Processes

Windows provides different tools to list and get information about processes. The task manager can be used to list and manage the process. But task manager has limited capabilities. So if we are a pentester or system administrator who lives in deep water we can use process explorer for more functionality. Download Windows Process Explorer … Read more

Pgrep and Pkill Command Tutorial With Examples For Linux

While working process general ps command is used. Ps command provides detailed information about processes those run on the system. We generally use grep command with ps to filter or match. There is a alternative and more practical way to work process. Pgrep and pkill can be used to manage, list and kill process. Syntax pgrep [options] pattern … Read more

Linux fuser Command Tutorial With Examples

Linux have a lot of tools to manage processes and network. But fuser is one of the most popular tool which combines process and network management in a single command. fuser can display process according to their directory, file and network handles. Also it can kill these process according to various parameter. Syntax fuser [options] [file|socket] Help … Read more

Killing Linux Processes With killall Command

We have previously looked the command kill to kill process accordion to their names, owners, etc. But using only kill command to kill a process according to its owner is done with supportive commands like grep. In this tutorial, we will look more compact and all in one command killall . killall Command Syntax The syntax … Read more

Linux Top Command- Monitor Linux System Resources Cpu, Memory, Network

Linux Top - Monitor Linux System Resources Cpu, Memory, Network

Monitoring Linux systems is one of the most important for system administrators. There are a lot of different monitoring tools that provide different features. We will look in detail those Linux system monitoring software in this tutorial. Start top Command The top is the most used, fast simple tool to monitor Linux system resources. It … Read more

How to Use ‘fuser’ to Match User and Process

fuser is used to identify processes using files or sockets. There are alternatives for this tool but this tool is simple according to others. In this tutorial we will look usage of the fuser command. View Processes Using A Directory The processes using specified directory can be see with -v argument like below. $ fuser -v … Read more