Category Archives for "Linux Tutorials"

What is Top Command and How to Read Top Command?

Top Command in Linux

​Top command is one of the basic command to monitor server processes in Linux. Top command shows all running processes in the server. It shows you the system information and the processes information just like up-time, average load, tasks running, no. of users logged in, no. of CPU processes, RAM utilisation and it lists all […]

Top Process Management Commands in Linux?

Linux Process Management Commands

When you run any application or program on a Linux server, it creates an instance called process. In this article we’ll discuss following process management commands one by one. These are TOP, HTOP, PS, PSTREE, PGREP, NICE, RENICE , and KILL command. Each process uses server resources like memory, storage and computing resources to finish the job […]

  • by Raju
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  • April 7, 2017

10 Examples of Linux Wget Command

Wget Commands

Wget command is a Linux command line utility that helps us to download the files from the web. We can download the files from web servers using HTTP, HTTPS and FTP protocols. We can use wget in scripts and cronjobs.  Wget is a non-interactive program so that it will run in the background. One of […]

  • by Syam
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  • March 27, 2017

30 Examples for Find Command in Linux

Find Commands

Introduction​In Linux when you are working with shell, Find Command in Linux is  one of the most useful one where one can check all files/folders on  you server. It helps to search for a specific text string in a file or files. The command sends the specified lines to the standard output device. Let us see […]

Grep Command in Unix/Linux with 11 Simple Examples

Grep Commands

Description for grep command in Unix/LinuxGrep command in Unix/Linux is a powerful tool that searches for matching a regular expression against text in a file, multiple files or a stream of input. It searches for the pattern of text that you specify on the command line and prints output for you. In addition, three variant programs egrep,fgrep […]