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bwmon

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  Analyzed 7 months ago

bwmon is an open bandwidth monitoring solution for monitoring per-application bandwidth usage. This can be utilized to better manage and monitor multiple applications running on a single cloud host or a single application running on multiple cloud hosts.

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syshogs

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Similar to the ps command, but reports system resource by user instead of process information. Snapshots are sorted by greatest CPU-time use, and then by greatest memory use. Option to generate cumulative statistics since start of the command execution is also available.

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proc-net

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Information are read from /proc/net/... files, CLI interface Note: This project is open source development start for me. I am new to svn and studying C++ now. So it is not perfect but it will improve.

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phploadavg

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

phploadavg is a PHP script to display average load of a UNIX system in a graphical form with a history over time. Shows some system information as well. Requires zero installation. Just upload the script files to your web-site.

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+

iniug

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

O objetivo central deste projeto é construir uma infra-estrutura de informações sobre o consumo de recursos por usuários e grupos em um sistema operacional de código aberto (Linux), de forma a permitir a implementação de um sistema de gerência de recursos baseado em usuários.

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procpy

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

procpy - python wrapper for procps library + a module containing higher level classes (with some extensions compared to procps). Classes procpy module providesProc - an instance of Proc class keeps the data gathered from process table (/proc directory) at initialization and does not update it ... [More] automatically. Thus, you actually work with a copy of process table that might be out of date at the momment of initializing an instance. ProcRT - an instance of ProcRT class updates its data before accessing given attribute or executing a method. This class is more CPU-time and memory consuming. The gain is that you always have accurate informations about processes running in your system. Pid - an instance of Pid class works with the data for one process, but it also contains info about its parent. Some quick detailsOS: Linux Written in: Python and C Python version: 2.4+ Licence: Apache Licence 2.0 Example#!/usr/bin/env python import os import procpy a = procpy.Pid(os.getpid()) print "Current process: %s (%d)" % (a.cmd, a.pid) print "Command line args:", a.cmdline print "Executable:", a.exe print "HOME:", a.environ['HOME'] print "Opened files:", a.fds print "Parent: %s (%d)" % (a.parent.cmd, a.parent.pid) print "Parent's executable:", a.parent.exe print "Parent's opened files:", a.parent.fds...and the output: $ python py.py Current process: python (17660) Command line args: ('python', 'py.py') Executable: /usr/bin/python2.5 HOME: /home/gminick Opened files: {0: '/dev/pts/6', 1: '/dev/pts/6', 2: '/dev/pts/6', 3: '/proc/uptime', 4: '/proc/meminfo'} Parent: bash (10932) Parent's executable: /bin/bash Parent's opened files: {0: '/dev/pts/6', 1: '/dev/pts/6', 2: '/dev/pts/6', 255: '/dev/pts/6'}Attributes list of instances of Proc, ProcRT and Pid classes "tid" => task id, the POSIX thread ID (see also: tgid) "ppid" => pid of parent process "pcpu" => %CPU usage (see also pcpustr) "state" => single-char code for process state (S=sleeping) "utime" => user-mode CPU time accumulated by process "stime" => kernel-mode CPU time accumulated by process "cutime" => cumulative utime of process and reaped children "cstime" => cumulative stime of process and reaped children "start_time" => start time of process -- seconds since 1-1-70 "euser" => effective user name "ruser" => real user name "suser" => saved user name "fuser" => filesystem user name "egroup" => effective group name "rgroup" => real group name "sgroup" => saved group name "fgroup" => filesystem group name "cmd" => basename of executable file in call to exec(2) "pgrp" => process group ID "session" => session ID "nlwp" => number of threads, or 0 if no clue "tgid" => task group ID, the POSIX PID (see also: tid) "tty" => full device number of controlling terminal (see also: devnam) "euid" => effective user ID "egid" => effective group ID "ruid" => real user ID "rgid" => real group ID "suid" => saved user ID "tpgid" => terminal process group ID "exit_signal" => might not be SIGCHLD "processor" => current (or most recent?) CPU "environ" => dictionary of environ variables Procpy specific dictionary keys: "pcpustr" => %CPU usage in #.## format (see also: pcpu) "pmemstr" => %MEM usage in #.## format "ttynam" => name of controlling terminal "cmdline" => full argv of the process as a tuple "start" => start time of process as a tuple: (year, month, day, hour, min, sec, wday, yday, isdst) "time" => accumulated cpu, user and system time as a tuple: (min, sec) Attributes specific for Pid class: "parent" => an instance of Pid class for the parent PIDNOTE: keys description is almost a copy of proc_t struct description from readline.h file (procps/proc/readline.h) See more at: http://tosh.pl/gminick/ [Less]

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Linux Kernel Memory Tags

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LinMemTags library provides Linux kernel developers with ability setting unique tags to allocated kernel memory and track them through Proc file system. linmemtags implements idea of memory tagging similar to MS Windows Kernel tagging mechanism.

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sashighlighter

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This is a small project to implement a SAS (datastep,proc, macro) Language Brush set for Alex Gorbatchev's syntax highlighter. The project will also contain a Program Viewer that will allow code on your file system to be viewed through a browser and highlighted with the syntax highlighter. Use ... [More] this software under the Apache License 2.0 and be kind enough to leave a message at My Blog if you use this brush. It is also anticipated that this brush will work with Lars Corneliussen's Beauty of Code Jquery implementation of Syntax Highlighter. Other SAS Related Projects to Follow... [Less]

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Licenses: Apache-2.0

cl-proc

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A small Common Lisp interface to libproc. At the moment this is limited to the time of a certain process and some useful variables. Obviously this project isn't portable to other operating systems. It has been tested under debian.

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procstat

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Procstat is a proc interface stats monitoring daemon and webbased analyzer, written in C++ and PHP on a PostgreSQL database. Procstat is currently under development.

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Licenses: GPL-3.0+