Thursday, September 07, 2017

Install and use glances on Ubuntu

Glances is a great tools which able to monitor CPU, Memory, Disk, Network statistics... etc.

Please refer to glances website for details.

1. Install glances via apt:
lawrencechiu@lawrencechiu-HP-Compaq-6005-Pro-SFF-PC:~$ sudo apt-get install glances

2. Executed glances:
lawrencechiu@lawrencechiu-HP-Compaq-6005-Pro-SFF-PC:~$ sudo glances

3. Then you can see CPU usage, Memory status, SWAP, Network statistics, Disk IO, Disk usage, and PID info in one screen below:

Green means OK
Blue means CAREFUL
Purple means WARNING
Red means: CRITICAL

 a  Sort processes automatically          b  Bytes or bits for network I/O
 c  Sort processes by CPU%                l  Show/hide alert logs
 m  Sort processes by MEM%            w  Delete warning alerts
 p  Sort processes by name                  x  Delete warning and critical alerts
 i  Sort processes by I/O rate               1  Global CPU or per-CPU stats
 t  Sort processes by CPU times          h  Show/hide this help screen
 d  Show/hide disk I/O stats                T  View network I/O as combination
 f  Show/hide filesystem stats             u  View cumulative network I/O
 n  Show/hide network stats                F  Show filesystem free space
 s  Show/hide sensors stats                  g  Generate graphs for current history
 2  Show/hide left sidebar                    r  Reset history
 z  Enable/disable processes stats        q  Quit (Esc and Ctrl-C also work)
 e  Enable/disable top extended stats
 /  Enable/disable short processes name
 D  Enable/disable Docker stats


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