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Old 05-04-2021, 10:03 AM   #1
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LXer: How to Monitor Linux Server and Process Metrics from Browser


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In the past, weve covered lots of command-line-based tools for monitoring Linux performance, such as top, htop, atop, glances, and more, and a number of web-based tools such as cockpit, pydash, linux-dash, just to mention but a few. You can also run glances in web server mode to monitor remote servers. But all that aside, we have discovered yet another simple server monitoring tool that we would like to share with you, called Scout_Realtime.

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