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This article covers how to install Netdata on a Linux Mint 20 machine and then use this service for measuring the performance of your system. In fact, Netdata is a free and open-source real-time monitoring and troubleshooting tool for cloud servers, containers, applications, and on-premise IT infrastructure. You can view the results in a highly interactive web-dashboard.



This article covers how to install and configure Netdata on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS and different metrics visualized in it. Netdata provides an excellent solution for monitoring your single node in real-time. You can configure alarms and notifications which can be triggered when a certain event or threshold is exceeded.


To install Netdata on Ubuntu:

1. You can install netdata on Ubuntu by running the following commands.

$ sudo apt update 
$ sudo apt install netdata 

Press 'y' if confirmation prompted by the installer.

2. Edit netdata configuration file in your favorite text editor.

$ sudo vim /etc/netdata/netdata.conf 

3. After modifying its configuration file, you can Save your file and restart netdata service:

$ sudo systemctl restart netdata 



Netdata is very essential utility application which provides a real-time monitoring service for Linux systems and applications by displaying interactive charts which can be viewed via a web browser.




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