Simple CLI cpu. memory, and process stats.

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I know for a long time, I used "top".
But these days I tend to use "glances" and "btop++".

I was just curious what do most of you use for quick system stats.
 
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That looks like a neat program as an alternative to htop and top, but on a server I still prefer to use top or htop. Thanks for sharing!
 

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I like bpytop

It occurs to me that I could review some of these alternatives.

I never want to stoop to lists (though I might, if the lists are worth it) as articles. So, I'm gonna toss the idea into my article-writing notes and we'll see. There are a ton of top alternatives and they seem to be making their way into various distros as defaults. Like htop is now a default in Lubuntu.
 
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I thought you mentioned 'quick system' stats. LOL! Glances is loaded with tons of info, and it loads quickly.
I use top as it gives me enough info for what little I do. I'll have to look into Glances further.
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