Linux Server Swap and Memory Usage Top Docs from Linode
In this video, @Learn Linux TV will show you how to monitor how much memory is on your Linux server with HTOP. We’ll also cover swap memory and how that is used in the Linux operating system.
0:35 What is HTOP?
1:50 How much memory is actually free?
4:36 What does available mean then?
10:30 All about swap memory
15:20 What is “Swappiness”?
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