Displaying CPU Temperature on CentOS7

lm_sensors stands for “Linux-monitoring sensors” and is an open source tool to display CPU temperature as well as other sensors such as voltage and fan speed.  In most instances, it is used to display CPU temperature as many of the mid to low-end servers do not provide fan or voltage sensors, or they are supported […]

How to Install lsb_release on Ubuntu and CentOS

The lsb_release command provides certain LSB (Linux Standard Base) and distribution-specific information.  The command has flags to display some or all of the information. [[email protected] ~]$ lsb_release –help FSG lsb_release v2.0 prints certain LSB (Linux Standard Base) and Distribution information. Usage: lsb_release [OPTION]… With no OPTION specified defaults to -v. Options: -v, –version Display the […]

Installing htop on CentOS 7

htop is a free (GPL) ncurses-based interactive process viewer for Linux. It is similar to top, but allows you to scroll vertically and horizontally, so you can see all the processes running on the system, along with their full command lines, as well as viewing them as a process tree, selecting multiple processes and acting […]