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Server Monitoring

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Galvin, Sep 8, 2011.

  1. Galvin

    Galvin Member

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    Hello Team,

    I want Linux (Centos) server monitoring command. Please help me.

    Thanks is advance.
     
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    cPanelTristan Quality Assurance Analyst
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    Do you mean such as "top" for monitoring processes? If so, then you would log into root SSH and type:

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  3. Galvin

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    Hello Team,

    Yes, I mean.
    Can you provide me more command for monitoring server? and Please elaborate the command how to use that command and which process I should check, which logs I should check, Which files I should check for monitoring Linux (CentOS) server.

    Thanks In Advance
     
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    Hello Galvin,

    This is not a general purpose Linux forum in order to assist in learning system administration. It is cPanel-centric and using top along with monitoring tools are general knowledge for Linux.

    You might want to consider posting on a general Linux knowledge forum:

    Linux Knowledge Base and Tutorial Forums-General Linux

    If you have cPanel-specific questions, we would be happy to help answer those. General how to system administer questions would be better posted in a forum designed for that purpose.

    Thanks!
     
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