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Search Results Featured snippet from the web System Health Check Shell Script for Lin - SysAdmin - 09-11-2020

A Shell Script to Monitor Network, Disk Usage, Uptime, Load Average and RAM Usage in Linux:::

After you run the script you get various System related information which are:
  1. Internet Connectivity
  2. OS Type
  3. OS Name
  4. OS Version
  5. Architecture
  6. Kernel Release
  7. Hostname
  8. Internal IP
  9. External IP
  10. Name Servers
  11. Logged In users
  12. Ram Usages
  13. Swap Usages
  14. Disk Usages
  15. Load Average
  16. System Uptime

Here's the Bash Shell Script:


#! /bin/bash
# unset any variable which system may be using

# clear the screen
clear

unset tecreset os architecture kernelrelease internalip externalip nameserver loadaverage

while getopts iv name
do
        case $name in
          i)iopt=1;;
          v)vopt=1;;
          *)echo "Invalid arg";;
        esac
done

if [[ ! -z $iopt ]]
then
{
wd=$(pwd)
basename "$(test -L "$0" && readlink "$0" || echo "$0")" > /tmp/scriptname
scriptname=$(echo -e -n $wd/ && cat /tmp/scriptname)
su -c "cp $scriptname /usr/bin/monitor" root && echo "Congratulations! Script Installed, now run monitor Command" || echo "Installation failed"
}
fi

if [[ ! -z $vopt ]]
then
{
echo -e "SysAdmin\nDesigned by Tecmint.com\nReleased Under Apache 2.0 License"
}
fi

if [[ $# -eq 0 ]]
then
{


# Define Variable tecreset
tecreset=$(tput sgr0)

# Check if connected to Internet or not
ping -c 1 google.com &> /dev/null && echo -e '\E[32m'"Internet: $tecreset Connected" || echo -e '\E[32m'"Internet: $tecreset Disconnected"

# Check OS Type
os=$(uname -o)
echo -e '\E[32m'"Operating System Type :" $tecreset $os

# Check OS Release Version and Name
cat /etc/os-release | grep 'NAME\|VERSION' | grep -v 'VERSION_ID' | grep -v 'PRETTY_NAME' > /tmp/osrelease
echo -n -e '\E[32m'"OS Name :" $tecreset  && cat /tmp/osrelease | grep -v "VERSION" | cut -f2 -d\"
echo -n -e '\E[32m'"OS Version :" $tecreset && cat /tmp/osrelease | grep -v "NAME" | cut -f2 -d\"

# Check Architecture
architecture=$(uname -m)
echo -e '\E[32m'"Architecture :" $tecreset $architecture

# Check Kernel Release
kernelrelease=$(uname -r)
echo -e '\E[32m'"Kernel Release :" $tecreset $kernelrelease

# Check hostname
echo -e '\E[32m'"Hostname :" $tecreset $HOSTNAME

# Check Internal IP
internalip=$(hostname -I)
echo -e '\E[32m'"Internal IP :" $tecreset $internalip

# Check External IP
externalip=$(curl -s ipecho.net/plain;echo)
echo -e '\E[32m'"External IP : $tecreset "$externalip

# Check DNS
nameservers=$(cat /etc/resolv.conf | sed '1 d' | awk '{print $2}')
echo -e '\E[32m'"Name Servers :" $tecreset $nameservers

# Check Logged In Users
who>/tmp/who
echo -e '\E[32m'"Logged In users :" $tecreset && cat /tmp/who

# Check RAM and SWAP Usages
free -h | grep -v + > /tmp/ramcache
echo -e '\E[32m'"Ram Usages :" $tecreset
cat /tmp/ramcache | grep -v "Swap"
echo -e '\E[32m'"Swap Usages :" $tecreset
cat /tmp/ramcache | grep -v "Mem"

# Check Disk Usages
df -h| grep 'Filesystem\|/dev/sda*' > /tmp/diskusage
echo -e '\E[32m'"Disk Usages :" $tecreset
cat /tmp/diskusage

# Check Load Average
loadaverage=$(top -n 1 -b | grep "load average:" | awk '{print $10 $11 $12}')
echo -e '\E[32m'"Load Average :" $tecreset $loadaverage

# Check System Uptime
tecuptime=$(uptime | awk '{print $3,$4}' | cut -f1 -d,)
echo -e '\E[32m'"System Uptime Days/(HH:MM) :" $tecreset $tecuptime

# Unset Variables
unset tecreset os architecture kernelrelease internalip externalip nameserver loadaverage

# Remove Temporary Files
rm /tmp/osrelease /tmp/who /tmp/ramcache /tmp/diskusage
}
fi
shift $(($OPTIND -1))