Use Glances to Monitor Remote Linux in Web Server Mode

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Aaron Kili

Aaron Kili is a Linux and F.O.S.S enthusiast, an upcoming Linux SysAdmin, web developer, and currently a content creator for TecMint who loves working with computers and strongly believes in sharing knowledge.

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4 Responses

  1. Hussain says:

    Hi,

    In “$ sudo systemctl enable connection.service
    $ sudo systemctl start connection.service
    $ sudo systemctl status connection.service”,
    “connection.service” Shouldn’t be glancesweb.service ?

    • Aaron Kili says:

      @Hussain

      Remember you can give a custom systemd service unit any name of your choice, here for example we named our unit file: glancesweb.service.

      • Adam says:

        I meant he meant how you refer to it as ‘connection.service’ inconsistently in part of the tutorial. Or do I misunderstand something?

        • Aaron Kili says:

          @Adam

          Oh i get it, sorry for the misunderstanding. It was an editing problem during publishing, we will correct it as soon as possible.

          Thanks so much and to @Hussein as well.

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