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    How to check the performance of a linux server


    Hi All,

    I am running a Linux server .just wanted to chk the performanvce of the same.

    Thanksn

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    some utilities you can use are vmstat, iostat, sar

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    Server commands

    Other commands:

    'top' - Very useful for a dynamic look at running tasks and system info
    'netstat' - Network statistics
    'mpstat' - cpu stats

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    As per your post it seems to be that you want to check server status frequently due load o server if yes then follow the following command from shell

    1) vmstat -n 5
    Its very helpful for printing a running status display in a tabular format.

    2) watch --interval=5 "ps aux | grep zombie | grep -v xaprb"
    watch isn’t really a load-monitoring tool, but it’s beastly handy because it takes any command as input and monitors the result of running that command. For example, if I wanted to monitor when the “zombie ” program is executing, I could run

    3) route -v
    The route lists the routing tables for your server

    and as mtrainaky following commands also very useful

    'top' - Very useful for a dynamic look at running tasks and system info
    'netstat' - Network statistics
    'mpstat' - cpu stats


    I hope it will help you

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