How to install htop on CentOS 7
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How to install htop on CentOS 7

Introduction to Installing htop on CentOS 7 Many sysadmins know about top, the standard process management and activity monitor that comes on most Linux systems. But there are times when top does not provide the information you’re really looking for, or you want something that updates more frequently as the state of your system changes. Look no further than htop. It’s interactive, real-time, and sports a variety of metrics and details above and beyond what top provides. You can see CPU utilization at a glance, and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Sort processes, kill rogue jobs right from htop, and set priorities. To learn more about htop, see…