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How are you logging in as my-host? If it's with su, I found that /run/user/$UID isn't created and XDG_RUNTIME_DIR isn't updated. user ~ $ echo $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR $UID /run/user/1000 1000 user ~ $ su my-host my-host ~ $ echo $XDG_RUNTIME_DIR $UID /run/user/1000 1001 <-- Mismatch here! my-host ~ $ systemctl --user status Failed to ...


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I just ran into this in the very same EC2 AMI when trying to install a package from source. Like you, I had also updated my pip from the default that comes with the python36 package, although only the per-user module, not with sudo. I fixed this by simply reverting to the default version. python3 -m pip install pip==9.0.3 I was installing alembic==1.4.2 (...


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I don't know what statistics you want exactly but here are some commands you can use: top is an interactive command, it's very similar to the task manager in windows but as a cli program, it lists processes with their CPU% and MEM% usage in real time along with other useful statistics. top for RAM usage you can use free -h for disk space usage df -h to ...


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You might have to script something. To get these values, you can use these commands: cat /proc/loadavg # System load. df -h # Free disk space on / (also in %). free -h # Free memory. You have to calculate the % yourself grep Swap /proc/meminfo # Shows swap information. As always with linux, there are plenty of ways doing it and this gives the requested ...


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