If you are a Linux beginner and want to look like a pro instantly, this is the right article for you!
Joke aside – it’s actually not for beginner only, these are my tools I’m using on a every-day basis. And I can’t imagine to live without them anymore. I’m going to show You my top 5 Linux command line top tools. This is actually a word pun, or a recursion, because the tools I’m talking about, do have the word ‘top’ in them. Here goes my extremely helpful collection:
My Top 5 Top Tools
a much more versatile replacement for top – awesome!
list all your networt traffic in a top-alike fashion – great!
list your IO throughput over all your devices – extremely helpful!
identifies processes, which keeps your CPU from entering a lower power state – pure money!
shows all libvirt-based (qemu,kvm,xen) virtual machines in top-alike fashion.
If you are on a more or less recent Ubuntu like Karmic, an
aptitude install <my-top-commend-from-above-here> should be suffice to make use of them.
I’m pretty sure, this list is by far not complete – so if you like to share a helpful top-commands with me – please do!
One thought on “Linux Administration: The Top of the Tops”
Linux is always hard for beginner but now might be i can also do thing in it like a pro..
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