The sys admin's daily grind

Easy, Mon

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Nmon monitors system information. You can use the Nmon’s capture mode to output data to a file, then extract the values you need with a script.

The Nmon performance monitoring application uses two operating modes: interactive and capture. In interactive mode, this alternative to the top command is a more straightforward, and more communicative, system monitor.

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