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Tool required for knowing the performance of the linux

Discussion in 'Open Source' started by cyrix, Apr 10, 2006.

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  1. cyrix

    cyrix New Member

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    hi ,

    i am searching for the application which can find the

    01. cpu usage
    02. memory usage and like this

    can anyone help me.
    right now i am using the gnuplot .
    but i am looking for some advanced application.
     
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    If you're using GNOME its bery easy. Just add System Monitor applet to your panel, you can monitor cpu, memory, swap, harddisc etc. gdesklets also offer some advance hardware sensor tools. Similar panel applets are available for KDE too.

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    i am using the redhart 9. Is there any application is available there
     
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    You can also use the standard command line application called "top". Its fairly advanced. There are graphical equivalents like gtop as well.
     
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    Ya, top is a great utility, eventhough seems a little mess for n00bs.
     
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