NMON – Command Line Performance Monitoring Tool

To install nmon


sudo apt-get install nmon

To run nmon


nmon

Use the keyboard commands to toggle individual sections on and off:

't' = Top-processes

'm' – Memory S

'j' = Filesystems

'd' or 'D' = Disks (capital D shows different measurements)

'n' = Network

'V' = Virtual Memory

'r' = Resource

'N' = NFS

'k' = kernel

'.' = only busy disks/procs

'q' = quit

​There a good article on how to use it here.

 





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