Step to Step Guide to Install Dstat on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS

dstat is a free & open source system monitoring tool. It is a command line utility. Using dstat, we can monitor system resources such as cpu, memory, disk & network stats.

There are few steps to install dstat on ubuntu:

Step 1: Update the System.

apt-get update

Step 2: Install dstat on system.

apt-get install dstat

  • Check the dstat version.

dstat --version

  • Here is the command output.

Step 3: Run the dstat command to monitor systems performance stats.

dstat

  • Here is the command output.

  • Run the dstat command with -h option to shows all the available options.

dstat -h

  • Here is the command output.

  • To monitor the CPU performance.

dstat -c

  • Here is the command output.

  • To monitor the Memory performance.

dstat -m

  • Here is the command output.

dstat –list

  • To list the information about cpu and system load.

dstat -cl

  • Here is the command output.

  • To list the information about top cpu, top latency and top memory.

dstat --top-cpu-adv --top-latency --top-mem

  • Here is the command output.

  • To monitor CPU,top cpu,disk and network stats and top memory.

dstat -c --top-cpu -dn --top-mem

  • Here is the command output.

  •  To show time, cpu, memory, system load with a two second delay between 10 updates.

dstat --time --cpu --mem --load  2 10

  • Here is the command output.

  • To show all available plugins.

dstat --list

  • Here is the command output.

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