Saidar is a command line tool which shows information about system resources usage that updated at regular intervals. This tool can be used to monitor CPU usage, memory usage, disk usage, network traffic, disk I/O, etc.
This tutorial explains how to install Saidar on Ubuntu 20.04.
Update the package lists:
sudo apt update
Run the following command to install Saidar:
sudo apt install -y saidar
Once installation is completed, we can check Saidar version:
saidar command to monitor system resources usage:
-c option can be used to enable colored output.
By default, information about system resources usage is updated every 3 seconds. Refresh delay can be changed with
saidar -d 1
If you decided to completely remove Saidar and related dependencies, run the following command:
sudo apt purge --autoremove -y saidar
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