System Monitoring Center – System Performance and Usage Monitoring Tool

  • Post last modified:December 4, 2021
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System Monitoring Center is a free and open source system monitoring application for Linux, MacOS and Windows. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0 and written in Python. Using this tool you can view your system performance details and usage details like CPU, RAM, Disk, Network, GPU, Sensor hardware, uses, startup, and more. You can also customize the options per tab basis. This is still in beta stage and active development.

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Psensor System Temperature Monitor with Graphs

  • Post last modified:June 19, 2021
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Psensor is a free and open source system temperature monitor application for Linux. Using Psensor you can monitor motherboard, CPU, NVidia and ATI/AMD GPU and Hard Disk Drives temperatures, fan speed and CPU usage details. It is a simple and easy to use tool. You can open it in anew windows or view all details from system topbar try app indicator. It is based on Psensor lm-sensors, XNVCtrl, ATI ADL SDK, hddtemp, libatasmart and udisks2.

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Beautiful Terminal Resource Monitor – How to install BpyTOP on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:October 16, 2020
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Bpytop is a free and open source command-line based resource monitor for Linux, MacOS and FreeBSD. Using this you can monitor your system and view the usage and stats of your processor, disks, memory, network and processes. It is actually a Python port of popular resource monitor bashtop. It comes with easy to use menu, responsive keys selection and full mouse support. You can filter the processes and you can also use multiple filters in the same time. You can also send SIGTERM, SIGKILL and SIGINT to the process. It is released under open source Apache License 2.0 license and based on python. It comes with themes support and auto scaling graph for network usage.

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Sysmon Linux System Activity Monitor – Install Sysmon on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:October 13, 2020
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Sysmon is a free and open source GUI based Linux system activity monitor application for Linux. Using this you can monitor your system processes, CPU, Memory, Network, Disks (HDD and SDD) and GPU details. The UI more look like the Windows Task manager. You can check CPU details per core clock speed. It is released under GNU General Public License v3.0. Sysmon is still in early development stage but looking promising.

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How to Monitor and View System Statistics with Saidar – Install Saidar on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:October 9, 2020
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Saidar is a free and open source command-line system statistics viewer for Linux. It is a a curses-based application to view your linux system information. It is based on libstatgrab and you can use Saidar as a real time system monitoring tool in your system. You can check CPU, processes, load, memory, swap, network I/O, disk I/O, and file system information using this tool. It is a simple and easy to use tool.

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How to install vnstat network traffic monitoring tool on Ubuntu

  • Post last modified:May 20, 2020
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vnstat is a free and open source network traffic bandwidth monitoring tool for Linux and BSD. It is released under GPLv2 license. It uses kernel as information source and light use of system resources. You can get the traffic details by 5 minute, hourly, daily, monthly, weekly, yearly, top days basic. You can also get the live traffic details. It is a simple and easy to use tool. You don’t need to root access to get the details.

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How to install Bashtop on Ubuntu – Terminal Resource Monitor

  • Post last modified:May 6, 2020
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Bashtop is a free and open source resource monitor for Linux. Using this you can monitor your system and it shows usage and stats of your processor, network, processes, memory and disks. It comes with easy to use menu and responsive keys selection. You can filter the processes and scale UI in bashtop. It also supports SIGTERM, SIGKILL and SIGINT. It is released under open source Apache License 2.0 license. You can also switch between sorting options easily in bashtop. It support themes. This is very cool and useful command line application for terminal lovers.

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How to install Glances on Ubuntu – System Monitoring Tool

  • Post last modified:March 10, 2020
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Glances is a free and open source system monitoring tool for Linux, BSD, Mac OS and Windows. It is released under GNU Lesser General Public License v3.0 license and written in Python. It shows CPU usage, Memory details, system Load, complete Process list, all network interface, IRQ, Raid and Disk I/O information, available sensors, your system filesystem details, system Uptime details and lot more. It also comes with build in XML-RPC server and a RESTful JSON API. Some other features are export system details to CSV, InfluxDB, Cassandra, OpenTSDB, StatsD, ElasticSearch and RabbitMQ.

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