All processes on a server consume resources. Learn how to monitor and control them.
- [Instructor] On a server,…all processes compete for resources.…Sometimes there's enough, and sometimes there's not.…So the system balances what resources…it allows processes to use.…In most cases, we won't need to make changes…to how the system balances resources.…A server you set up shouldn't be so constrained that what…you're asking to do it, really strains it to it's limit.…It's important to be able to see…what resources are being used,…and know how to influence them if you need to.…First, let's get a quick overview.…We can see what processing…and memory resources are being used.…
With top, which lists processes,…and let's do sort them by various parameters.…I'll press X, which will turn on a highlight,…and then use the greater than and less than keys…to change which column I'm sorting by.…Here's the CPU usage, and here's the memory usage.…I can also see the priority of each process here.…Along with the niceness of each process,…which is a modifier that raises or lowers the priority.…That's one thing we can modify…
- Installing Ubuntu Server
- Configuring remote access with SSH
- Configuring the firewall
- Configuring networking with Netplan
- Managing users
- Configuring for scale
- Securing an HTTP server with TLS
- Hosting an application
- Setting up a forwarding DNS server
- Sending email with Postfix
Skill Level Beginner
Lab setup1m 26s
1. Ubuntu Server
2. Securing and Monitoring Your Server
3. Configuring and Managing the Server
4. Exploring Common Services
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