I agree, but would you consider installing some diagnostic tools by default, like htop, iotop, sar, etc.?
I thought you meant for container images that you run with Docker, Kubernetes, etc.
In servers, I do the same, install almost nothing. On a default ubuntu or redhat (centos incl.) minimal server installation all expected tools to diagnose are there.
I tended to install many tools before, but last 4-5 years I automated monitoring tools that collect me in a single dashboard everything I need. I use for that Elastic Stack.
If you learn the low level tools, you'll be able to diagnose and fix 99.99% of possible problems.
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