In the past, we’ve covered lots of command-line-based tools for monitoring Linux performance, such as top, htop, atop, glances, and more, and a number of web-based tools such as cockpit, pydash, linux-dash, just to mention but a few. You can also run glances in web server mode to monitor remote servers. But all that aside,
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BpyTOP is another Linux command-line utility for resource monitoring among many other utilities like a top, Htop, Bashtop, etc. bashtop users can expect similar features in bpytop since bpytop is ported from bashtop and completely written in Python. Bpytop is available for various linux distributions and macOS. BpyTOP Features Fast and responsive UI. Keyboard and
Stacer is a GUI based application written in C++ to monitor and optimize Linux OS. The latest build version of Stacer is 1.1.0, which provides all in one stop for our common activities we perform using Terminal like package management, process management, Host details, CPU, Network and Disk monitoring, startup applications, and a few more.
Command-line tools like “top” make it hard to monitor CPU usage and memory usage. That’s why we today introduce you to vtop – is a free and open-source, simple yet powerful and extendable terminal activity monitoring tool written in Node.js. It is designed to make it easy for users to view CPU usage across multi-process
Pandora FMS (Flexible Monitoring System) is a free open-source, modern and highly scalable full-featured IT infrastructure monitoring tool designed for all types of environments. It is used to manage network equipment; Linux and other Unix-like servers and Windows servers; virtual infrastructures and all kinds of applications. Designed to be modular, multi-platform and easy to customize,
A Pandora FMS Agent is an application installed on computers to be monitored using the Pandora FMS Monitoring System. Software agents perform checks on server resources (such as CPU, RAM, storage devices, etc.) and installed applications and services (such as Nginx, Apache, MySQL/MariaDB, PostgreSQL, etc.); they send the collected data to the Pandora FMS Servers