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A free tool to analyze AIX and Linux performance

One of the tools I use to monitor performance on IBM AIX 5.3 and Linux is NMON. Using nmon, you can monitor CPU, memory, network, disk, filesystems, NFS and Top Processes. Install Nmon CentOS users need to install nmon from rpmforge/repoforge repository. It is not present in Epel. CentOs 4 : i386     rpm -ivh x86_64   rpm -ivh CentOs5 : i386     rpm -ivh x86_64   rpm -ivh CnetOs6 : i686     rpm -ivh x86_64   rpm -ivh sudo yum install nmon sudo apt-get in

Audit Your Linux Security With Lynis

Installation : CentOs/Fedora yum install lynis Ubuntu : apt-get install lynis Install from source : Create Directory mkdir /usr/local/lynis cd /usr/local/lynis wget tar -xvf lynis-1.3.9.tar.gz cd lynis-1.3.9. ./lynis Usage : lynis -c   Thanks, Vishal Vyas For More :

GoAccess a Real time Web Server Log Analyzer

   Installation : # yum install ncurses-devel glib2-devel GeoIP* # cd /opt # wget # tar zxvf goaccess-0.5.tar.gz # cd goaccess-0.5 # ./configure #  make # make install To generate full statistics we can run GoAccess as:  # goaccess -f /var/log/httpd/access_log -a Select a log format and press F10 To generate an HTML report: #goaccess -f  /var/log/httpd/access_log -a > report.html To generate a CSV file: # goaccess -f access.log -o csv > report.csv Thanks, Vishal Vyas For more information and usage please visit