Nmon: Analyze and Monitor Linux System Performance

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6 Responses

  1. Ritu Raj Pandey says:

    I have generated script using jmeter, but i want to analyse the results using nmon but don’t know how to do that. Please help me out.

  2. morteza mohammadi says:

    repoforge in outdate and dead project please update this article

    • Ravi Saive says:


      Thanks for updating us about Repoforge, as per you suggestion, we’ve updated the article and added instructions to install Nmon using Epel repository under CentOS and RHEL distributions..

  3. Tim says:

    Nice, never heard of this before now.

  4. sushobhan says:

    can we monitor remote system with the help of this tool.

  5. plazma says:

    really command line :D

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