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maloadmon
Ma_Sys.ma Load Monitor
2020/02/14 14:55:57
en-US
Linux-Fan, Ma_Sys.ma (Ma_Sys.ma@web.de)
monitoring
loadmon
c
1.0.0
1
Copyright (c) 2013, 2020 Ma_Sys.ma. For further info send an e-mail to Ma_Sys.ma@web.de.

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maloadmon -- Display load average figures and uptimes continuously.

Synopsis

maloadmon [delay_sec]

Description

The Ma_Sys.ma load monitor uses terminal colors to indicate different load averages over time. By default, it prints one triplet every minute. Once the screen is full, a line indicating the current uptime is printed.

It is intended to be used in case of long-running computations to check that if the machine is evenly loaded or as expected. The non-interactive and lightweight design makes this program also a good choice for a monitor to run on one of the virtual terminals.

Note that while it captures certain workloads, load averages are not suited as a comprehensive monitoring facility.

maloadmon Screenshot with delay_sec=5 on a lowly loaded Laptop

delay_sec : Configures the delay between updates (default: 60sec).

Order of colors is as follows (t is for “thin”):

gray < tblue < blue < tcyan < cyan < tyellow < yellow < tmangentha < mangentha < tred < red

Compilation

Compile the program as follows:

$ ant

Build a Debian package (having the necessary dependencies for package creation installed) as follows:

$ ant package

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