Month: October 2014

Link: Three Ways to Find Your System Specifications

It can often be valuable to know the finer details about your computer, whether discussing with friends, finding upgrades for your existing hardware, or (in the worst case scenario) discussing it with tech support after something has gone catastrophically wrong. Few people know how to find their system specifications, and even fewer would be content with opening their computer to find parts that may not have obvious branding.

There are at least three popular tools available online for finding your computer’s specifications. No old-school tools are needed, nothing has to be opened; it couldn’t be much simpler, in fact.

Full article here:
Three Ways to Find Your System Specifications (Make Tech Easier)

Link: Shell Script to Check Linux System Health

This article we are introducing a shell script to perform linux system health check. This script collects system information and status like hostname, kernel version, uptime, cpu / memory / disk usage. Script uses hostname, uptime, who, mpstat, lscpu, ps, top, df, free, bc commands to get system information and cut, grep, awk and sed for text processing. The output of the script is a text file which will be generated in the current directory. A variable is set to provide email address to which script can send report file. Apart from system status, the script will check a predefined threshold for cpu load and filesystem size.

Full article here:
Shell Script to Check Linux System Health (LinOxide)

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