Category: Linux Terminal

Added: 3rd of October 2019

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The Linux uptime command

The linux uptime commands prints the current time, tells you how long the system has been running for, how many users are currently logged in to the system and the current system load averages.

To try this yourself simply open your terminal and enter the following command

uptime


Output
09:43:21 up 8 min, 1 user, load average: 0.93, 1.79, 1.14

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