Here’s a step-by-step beginner’s guide to setup visual monitoring of InfluxDB time series data in Grafana.
Take your productivity to the next level with this beginner’s guide to tmux. You can also download a free cheatsheet with all the important tmux commands.
Learn to install and configure Webmin to manage Linux servers remotely and graphically.
Grafana is one of the most famous open source tools for monitoring and get information of several data sources. Learn to install and set up Grafana on Ubuntu.
The jobs command in Linux allows the user to directly interact with processes in the current shell. Here’s how to use it.
The source command is a handy utility that can be used to refresh environment variables among some other things.
The screen command in Linux allows you to use multiple virtual terminals that can be saved by name and reopened using keyboard shortcuts. Here’s how to use it.
The at command in Linux can be used to schedule jobs that do not run on a regular schedule. Learn how to use the at command.
Watch is a great utility that automatically refreshes data. Some of the more common uses for this command involve monitoring system processes or logs, but it can be used in combination with pipes for more versatility.