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How to KILL a process on Linux

Introduction To get full use of your system you must watch what's going on and monitor the utilization of the system. Linux is not a perfect...

How to use TOP command

Introduction Administrators should know what processes are running and the consumption of each of them. That's why you need tools to help you to monitor your...

How to use PS command

Introduction Using a system without monitoring what's happening in the background is not a good thing to do -especially in Linux- because as a result,...

How to Install Graylog Server on Ubuntu 21

Graylog is an open source tool for Log Management. It consists of Elastic Search, MongoDB and Graylog. Graylog can be used to analyze logs...

How to install and configure Icinga2 and Icinga2 Web on CentOS 8

Icinga 2 is a free and open source monitoring tool designed to be scalable and extensible. Icinga 2 checks the availability of your network...

How to Monitor Linux Machine via Nagios

Nagios is a powerful tools that allows you to monitor your IT infrastructure and notify you if any hosts, service or machine specs are...

How to Install Nagios Core and NRPE on CentOS 8

Nagios is a free open source tool to monitor various network devices and servers in a network. It support both Linux and Windows OS...

Install Prometheus and Node Exporter on CentOS / RHEL 8

Prometheus is a free software application used for event monitoring and alerting. It records real-time metrics in a time series database built using a...

How to install gtop (System Monitoring Dashboard) on Linux

Introduction gtop is a tool which reads information about processes and the state of the system in dynamic mode. As its name, we can think...

How to install Monitorix on Ubuntu 21.04

Introduction Monitorix is a free, open source, lightweight system monitoring tool designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible.It has been created...

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