How to Locate Open Ports in Linux
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What is a Port?
First, let’s define what a port is. According to the IEFT, a port is:
DStat Is Now PCP – Performance Co-Pilot
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Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) is a compact assessment and evaluation tool that is used to collect a wide array of server metrics and examines current and prior operational data. It is designed to be easily customizable utilizing modern APIs and other resources used to extend its functionality. Redhat has taken many of the best features of DStat and coupled them with additional capabilities that extended its usefulness, and have created their own updated version called Performance Co-Pilot.
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