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README.md

Zenith

In terminal graphical metrics for your *nix system written in Rust.

Running zenith under iterm on MacOS

Features

  • Optional CPU, Memory, Network, and Disk usage charts
  • Quick glances at Disk free space, NIC IP addresses, CPU frequency
  • A top like process table that includes per process disk usage
  • Different chart views (5 minutes, 1 hour, etc)
  • Managing processes (signals, nice, etc)
  • Saving performance data

Planned Features

  • Sensor Temperature charts
  • Per process network usage (Linux)
  • Messaging about adverse system events, like errors in kernel ring buffer (Linux)
  • Docker support

Current Platforms

  • Linux
  • MacOS

Planned Platforms

  • BSD (OpenBSD/FreeBSD)
  • Perhaps Redox OS.

Installation

Binary

Download one of the compiled releases.

Homebrew

brew tap bvaisvil/zenith
brew install zenith

Building

This builds under rustc version >= 1.39.0.

cd zenith
cargo build --release

Usage

Running with no arguments starts zenith with the default visualizations for CPU, Disk, and Network and a refresh rate of 2000 ms (2 seconds). These can be changed with command line parameters:

    zenith [OPTIONS]

FLAGS:
    -h, --help       Prints help information
    -V, --version    Prints version information

OPTIONS:
    -c, --cpu-height <INT>        Height of CPU/Memory visualization. [default: 10]
    -d, --disk-height <INT>       Height of Disk visualization. [default: 10]
    -n, --net-height <INT>        Height of Network visualization. [default: 10]
    -p, --process-height <INT>    Min Height of Process Table. [default: 8]
    -r, --refresh-rate <INT>      Refresh rate in milliseconds. [default: 2000]

Don't want a section? Remove it by setting the height to 0.

For example: zenith -c 0 Will remove the CPU chart.

Up/down arrow keys move around the process table. Return (enter) will focus on a process. Tab switches the active section. Active sections can be expanded (e) and minimized (m). +/- (or =/-) will zoom in / out all of the charts. Arrow keys (←/→) move forward/backward in time. Back tick (`) resets the chart to current time and max zoom. Using this you can create the layout you want.

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