How to Get The Most From Your Server | System Monitoring Best Practices
Now that your Linode is up and running, it’s time to think about monitoring and maintaining your server. This video introduces some essential tools and skills you’ll need to check on your server’s resources. You’ll learn how to monitor the available storage on your Linode, check the CPU load average, and how to check memory usage.
0:40 System Monitoring Fundamentals
2:50 What Should You Monitor?
4:50 Noteworthy Monitoring Tools
6:25 An Example of Monitoring Resources
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