Monday, July 21, 2014

How To Run System Monitor From The Terminal Using Command Line Ubuntu 14.04

A simple set of commands for the Ubuntu User to see a more detailed list of System Processes.


Open your Terminal and run the following Commands as needed.

(Do not include the $)



$ top
provides a continually updated list of running processes, and allows you to manipulate them.

$ lsof
provides a list of open files and the processes that opened them.

$ free -m
shows you how much memory is available.

$ vmstat
provides information about current virtual memory use.

$ df -h
displays available disk space on mounted filesystems.

$ pmap
displays the memory map of a process.



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