Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning

Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning
Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning

English | MP4 | AVC 1280×720 | AAC 44KHz 2ch | 1h 29m | 313 MB
eLearning | Skill level: Intermediate


Responsible for Linux infrastructure? Learn to monitor, understand and manage the health and performance of the four core system elements: CPU, memory, storage, and network. Figure out how to spot trouble, pinpoint the cause, and then fix it.

You’ve probably spent time worrying about the health and welfare of your Linux servers. Wouldn’t you love some insight into what’s really going going on under the hood and, more importantly, into setting up a monitoring protocol that will alert you quickly if things seem to be heading south again? In Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning, you will learn how to identify and manage the way application processes handle CPU, memory, network, and storage resources. You will also learn to use and interpret tools like systemctl, top, iftop, nice, cgroups, and tc, how to monitor the performance of fleets of servers using Collectd, Nagios, and nmon. Finally, you will touch on how to analyze performance trends of those servers with Munin. When you’re finished with this course, you will have a good idea how to optimize process and application performance on Linux systems in a way that will help you improve and foolproof your infrastructure. Software required: Linux. Lots of Linux.

+ Table of Contents

01 – Course Overview
02 – Introduction and Course Overview
03 – Module Introduction
04 – Assessing Linux CPU Usage
05 – Assessing Linux Memory Usage
06 – Controlling Process Access to Resources
07 – Controlling Processes Using NICE
08 – Controlling Processes Using CGROUPS
09 – Module Introduction
10 – Assessing Storage Availability
11 – Working with Inodes
12 – Controlling Access to Network Bandwidth
13 – Traffic Control (tc)
14 – Introduction to Linux Enterprise Monitoring Tools
15 – Installing and Configuring a Standalone Collectd Server
16 – Setting Up Client Monitoring with Collectd
17 – Installing Nagios on Ubuntu
18 – Installing the Base Nagios Plugins
19 – Configuring Email Notifications for Nagios
20 – Client Monitoring with Nagios Using NRPE
21 – Performance Analysis Using Munin
22 – Performance Analysis Using NMON
23 – Linux Performance Monitoring and Tuning Course Summary


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