Linux Performance Monitoring with Vmstat and Iostat Commands

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20 Responses

  1. Ravikumar Wagh says:


    How to find out which disk is failed.


  2. Ravi says:

    How to check CPU utilization Linux Kernel Module wise??

  3. Nerizi says:

    Hello friend, I also wanted to point out that in debian Linux (Ubuntu here) that the vmstat -t parameter does not work. Thank you

  4. Nerizi says:

    Is there a way to display only the following parameters every 5 seconds:

    the current time, CPU utilization, current memory utilization, current disk space utilization, and currently logged in users at the same? Thanks!

  5. vijay says:

    How to get historical data of disk I/O using “iostat” command which is possible in “sar” command.


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