Command Line Fundamentals

Learning the basics of the Linux Command Line is far easier than most people realise, and a little knowledge will go a long way when it comes to making the most out of GridPane. Below is a step by step list of articles that will help you go from zero to comfortable in minimal time. It’s not an in-depth training course, but it will provide you with the knowledge you need to be able to do anything that’s inside our knowledge base.

Part 1

Getting Started on the Command Line

Learn how to navigate around your server and perform simple, but highly useful commands.

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Part 2

Useful Commands for Managing GridPane Servers

Now you know the basics, here are some useful commands for managing your servers, and where your log files are located.

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Part 3

How to use the top command to monitor system processes

In this article, we’ll dive into the top command and how you can use it to monitor your systems processes and resource usage.

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Part 4

How to use the htop command to monitor system processes

htop is the prettier, more colorful, and slightly more up-to-date version of top.

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Part 5

An Introduction to WP-CLI v2

WP-CLI is the “WordPress Command Line Interface”. It’s an excellent tool for managing all your websites via the command line instead of logging in to each website individually. This blog post will walk you through the basics.

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Part 6

Running WP-CLI Commands on GridPane Servers

At GridPane we have our own GP-WP-CLI. This article will walk you through how to use WP-CLI on your GridPane servers.

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