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The iotop utility provides an easy-to-use interface for monitoring swap and disk I/O on a per-process basis.
Watching the disk
Sometimes you get more disk activity on your system than you would like. Maybe you saw the problem by...
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Here we look at the basic scripting options for dstat as well as an overview of its external modules.
All-powerful
Well, not that. But it can feel a little like that when you fiddle with some more advanced aspects of dstat....
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For a flexible reporting tool that can yield information ranging from CPU use to the top I/O-consuming process look no further than dstat.
All-seeing
Well, maybe not “all-seeing”, but it made for a catchy header. Though dstat...
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Contents
1 Memory management with free
2 Free
3 Free -m
4 Buffers and Cache
5 Actual Usage
6 Swap
7 Regular monitoring


Memory management with free
Basic monitoring should be done on a regular basis. This keeps you informed as...
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