# slurm - yet another network load monitor slurm started as a FreeBSD port of the Linux ppp link monitor called pppstatus by Gabriel Montenegro. Hendrik Scholz ripped of the ppp dependent parts and the email checks to turn in into a generic network load monitor for *BSD, Linux, HP-UX and Solaris. ## features: - "realtime" traffic statistics - three graph modes: combined RX and TX and two split views - can monitor any network device - curses ascii graphics - ascii theme support slurm was tested on: - Debian GNU/Linux 8.0 - FreeBSD 10 - CentOS 6/7 ## Compiling: - Install cmake and libncurses5-dev e.g.: on Debian (if you don't want to use the Debian package of slurm) apt-get install build-essential apt-get install cmake libncurses5-dev or on CentOS / RedHat yum groupinstall 'Development Tools' yum install cmake ncurses-devel - Create a build directory mkdir _build - Run cmake to create the Makefiles cd _build/ cmake .. - Run make to build the binary make - Install the program sudo make install - Try it! slurm -i eth0 # or whatever your interface is Please report bugs and feature requests in the github bugtracker: website: https://github.com/mattthias/slurm License: As pppstatus is licensed under the GPL, slurm is too.