When managing your Linux server, you may encounter lag or other performance issues that lead you to question what files your server might be accessing at a given time. Or you might just want to run routine diagnostics to make sure your server is only running and manage files that it is supposed to run. […]
A process is any type of program currently running in a computer system’s memory. All types of dedicated servers have processes, and on Linux and Unix systems, they are easy to track, troubleshoot, and manage.
One of the most important commands you can use to track a process is “ps”. When executed it will display […]
Last week we looked at two Unix/Linux commands that you can use to find out more information about open ports and the processes running on them. Another useful tool for process analysis is “lsof”, which stands for “list open files”. The command itself can be used for many tasks on your dedicated […]