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RedHat/Ubuntu/Mint: Performance Monitoring Commands

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A tutorial covering Linux system monitoring commands every system administrator should know. Will help determine system performance and utilization, also very useful for troubleshooting system slowness. Commands: top sar ps -ef vmware iostat netstat / ss uptime w Thank you for watching!! See you next time! :) Please "like" this video if you found it helpful! THANK YOU!! Twitter: sysadmgirl Facebook: sysadmgirl
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Nethaji (6 months ago)
Thank you system admin girl. But small question what motivates you to learn all these things .....
melbytvenge (11 months ago)
Thanks for The Info SysAdmGirl.
slim benhmida (1 year ago)
Great tutorial , simple and efficient :) thanks a lot.
Justin Mathew (1 year ago)
how can server get details of internet usage in clients ?
Learning Paradise (2 years ago)
Thanks sister
MrMik693 (2 years ago)
Beautiful tutorial to learn Unix :-)
Hate Love (2 years ago)
Oh wow a beautiful woman that knows her Linux, wife goals
Phuoc Nguyen (2 years ago)
Have you used iotop and Iftop instead of using top command?
Keith Sloan (3 years ago)
I think I just fell in love
Sanjay Dubey (3 years ago)
nyc
Yasir Haque (4 years ago)
Thank you for the vid. Was really helpful! Props for keeping it short and simple!
kujawat (4 years ago)
Nothing sexier than a hot chic playing with her CLI... :)
MikeX89 (3 years ago)
+kujawat it can still be CLIT lol T for terminal
Mohammed Rashid (4 years ago)
awesome ....more power..produce more videos :)
Oliver Xu (4 years ago)
Thanks for the information - and you have well presented it in a beautiful way :)
Franz Collvazq (4 years ago)
Interesting, "sar" it's like combining the watch command with another, but in a more simplistic way. It's good to know about it.
Shravan Varma (5 years ago)
Useful Information... Thank you!
dattatraym (6 years ago)
thx for video learn few more command
Chris Andrews (6 years ago)
Thanks, for the info I have this installed in Vmware I will play around with those usefull commands later
Michael Lindorff (6 years ago)
I enjoy your videos and the information they supply. I hope you continue to produce more. Do you participate in any interactive communities where the dialogue can be more free-flowing?
GerrysPlace (6 years ago)
Really useful commands.,. just what I needed ..Thanks.
spellauro (6 years ago)
Beautifully presented. Thank you! I needed many commands you explained for my server. I have been using top, ps aux etc. Instead of sar try dstat. Its really cool and presents customized and colorful information. Thank you again. Your video really helped. Liked and Subscribed.
Wandy Sosa (6 years ago)
Thanks, hopefully you can get some time off to keep making more of these videos :)
SysAdmGirl (6 years ago)
Thanks for the welcome back ! :)
SysAdmGirl (6 years ago)
Thanks for watching!! Been crazy with school and work! Small FYI ... Linux skills are in demand. :)
Lectro Linux (6 years ago)
i use htop
Rick Duncan (6 years ago)
Yay....she's back.
rpm773 (6 years ago)
A colleague turned me on to "htop" a few years back. Pretty much the same as "top", but a few more interesting debugging views with it.
HansP-V (6 years ago)
A lot of info here!!! Thank you!!
Ludwig Spiegel (6 years ago)
Thank you for posting a new video! How have you been?

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