What is the linux command to find Memory and CPU usage in percent for last 30 days

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Can somebody brief about the command in Linux to find Memory and CPU usage in percent for last 30 days?

Thanks.
Oct 14, 2020 in Linux Administration by anonymous
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Try the following:

Cat proc/meminfo

top

top -i

less /proc/meminfo
answered Oct 14, 2020 by Kim

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