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The atop utility allows you to save logs that contain different server metrics. Very useful for diagnosing performance problems. Works interactively and in the background.

Installing Debian/Ubuntu

apt-get install atop

For startup enough:

service atop start

By default saving every 10 minutes, this value can be changed in the file /etc/default/stop or /etc/sysconfig/atop (variable INTERVAL).

Reading syllables:
By default, logs are stored in the directory /var/log/atop, file naming is done in the format atop-YYYYMMDD.

atop -r /var/log/atop/atop_20190101


- build processes on occupied memory;
- build disk usage processes;
- build processes to use the network (available only with the patch installed);
v - shows more detailed information about the processes (user, date and time of the process start);
- build a table by the most voracious user
i - change check time, default 10 seconds;
- will return everything to default output;
- move to the next time interval;
Shift + t - move to the previous time interval;
Shift + m - sort processes by resident memory;
Shift + C - sort processes by CPU consumption (default);
Shift + d - sort processes by disk usage;
Shift + n - sort processes by network usage;

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