|[root@fc16 ~]# cat /etc/fedora-release |
Fedora release 16 (Verne)
[root@fc16 ~]# uname -ri
[ nethogs ]
nethogs shows network bandwidth per process
You might identify which processes are using how much bandwidth.
install nethogs via yum
|[root@fc16 ~]# yum install nethogs -y|
nethogs “device name”
[ latencytop ]
latencytop displays system latency , for example , what kind of latency is occurring in your system , identify the cause of latency in your system.
|[root@fc16 ~]# yum install -y latencytop|
just type latencytop
[ atop ]
atop is a similar to “top”
|# yum install -y atop|
just type “atop”
write the output of "atop" to a file
|[root@fc16 ~]# atop -w atop.raw 10 3|
atop -w “filename” “interval” “# of samples”
|[root@fc16 ~]# file atop.raw |
read the file
|[root@fc16 ~]# atop -r atop.raw|
You might want to use atop in combination with cron when monitoring your system periodically.