The watch command is a useful tool for monitoring Linux systems in real time
It runs a command repeatedly at a set interval and displays the output on the screen.
Watch command commonly used for debugging, troubleshooting, and system monitoring purposes.
The syntax of the "watch" command is as follows:
"watch [options] command"
Below is an example of using the watch command to monitor the output of the "ls" command every 5 seconds.
"watch -n 5 ps aux"
You can combine the watch command with other commands to monitor different aspects of the system.
You can find more options and details in the command's manual page by typing "man watch" in the terminal.
Managing Remote Access in Linux: Tips Using the SSH Command