Using glances for system monitoring
For an administrator, system monitoring is also about monitoring the performance of the system by checking the processes and services running on it. But with limited space on the screen, it sometimes becomes difficult to have all the information. In such situations, we would like to have a tool that can show us maximum information about the system, such as CPU, disk I/O, memory, network and so on, in a limited space.
Even though we have individual tools to monitor this information, with Glances, an administrator can see the maximum amount of information in the minimum amount of space. It can adapt the information dynamically as per the size of the terminal window. Glances can highlight programs that use the maximum ...
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