One of the sectors where Linux has been at the forefront is the Web server industry. Linux distributions act as servers for a high majority of the websites on the Internet. Apart from websites, they are also used nowadays for Software-as-a-Service and Infrastructure-as-a-Service platforms, and many others. And it’s largely thanks to all thanks to its ecosystem centered around security.
Given Linux servers’ importance then, it’s crucial to know how to quickly check server loads to ensure you don’t run into memory problems. Here’s how to do it.