We have previously seen a tool (Glances) for monitoring system stats via the terminal. Today, we will see another tool having similar functions named Saidar which allows to view what goes wrong in your computer.

Saidar allows via the command line to monitor system stats such as CPU, memory, load, processes, swap, disk I/O, network I/O, etc. To install Saidar on Ubuntu, open the terminal and run this command:

sudo apt-get install saidar

You can then start the tool with this command:

saidar -c

To refresh stats every second, you can use this command to start Saidar:

saidar -c -d 1

For more help about this tool, run this command:

man saidar

That's it!

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