Tagged: monitor


Snmpwalk Command Line Examples

SNMP protocol provides useful features to monitor and configure network and server systems remotely. Monitoring features are much popular than configuration. snmpwalk is a function provided by SNMP protocol to get metrics of remote system in bulk. Get All OIDS We will first look the simplest usage of the snmpwalk...


Windows Netstat Command Tutorial with Examples To List Network Ports and Connections

Netstat is used to display active TCP connections and related listening ports in the computer or system. Actually, there are more features provided by netstat like display statistics about network stack protocols, IPv4, IPv6, TCP, UDP etc. Syntax Syntax of the netstat command is like below. Simply we can use the...


Linux ps Command Tutorial List Processes with Examples

Processes are the one of the main parts of the operations systems. All user side even kernel side operations are executed with process. Process generally created, run and killed. This life cycle of the process generally the same. During this life cycle we may need to get more information about...


Windows Task Manager Tutorial

Operating systems did jobs by running processes and tasks. One of the primary duty for an operating system is the management of processes. All operating systems have a different type of task manager. Windows have built-in task manager maned Task Manager . In this tutorial, we will look detailed about...


Atop Command Tutorial With Examples To Monitor Linux System Metrics

Atop is a monitoring tool which is mainly developed for command line usage. It is capable of showing detailed information about process, memory, disk network information and metrics. Atop commands provides more details than popular top command. Syntax We will use following syntax for atop command.

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Linux System Activity Reporter (SAR) Command Tutorial With Examples

Monitoring Linux servers is important part of the system administration. There are a lot of way and tools to monitor Linux servers. System Activity Reporter or simply sar is one of the most popular and useful tool. Sar can save system stats from various subsystems like disk, CPU, memory, network...

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