Chapter 12. System-Monitoring Tools

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Console-Based Monitoring

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Using the kill Command to Control Processes

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Using Priority Scheduling and Control

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Displaying Free and Used Memory with free

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Graphical Process and System Management Tools

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KDE Process- and System-Monitoring Tools

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To keep your system in optimum shape, you need to be able to monitor it closely. Such monitoring is imperative in a corporate environment where uptime is vital and any system failures can cost real money. Whether it is checking processes for any errant daemons, ...

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