System Monitor

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System Monitor (sysmon.sh) is the bash script which shows the real-time usage of CPUs, NICs, RAM (conventional memory, HugePages, and swap). The main distinction of this script from many other utilities is that it also shows HugePages utilization. Read the HugePages Configurator post for more information.

Install & Configure

Name: System Monitor
Version: 0.5 (check for the latest version)
Language: bash
Platform: Linux Logo Linux
Requirements: GNU awk, grep, tail, sort
Download

Download and install:

sudo bash
wget https://svelab.com/download/sysmon.zip -O /tmp/sysmon.zip
unzip /tmp/sysmon.zip -d /usr/sbin/
chmod +x /usr/sbin/sysmon.sh
rm -f /tmp/sysmon.zip
exit

Usage

root@svelab:~# sysmon.sh

The output of sysmon.sh

Source code

See also

HugePages Configurator

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