The gnetload network load meter is a network and ISDN load meter that is similar to xisdnload, but works in a distributed environment. It includes an agent (devstata) that runs on machines with interfaces to be monitored and periodically sends status information over the network. A display program (gnetload) collects and displays the data. Both can be run on the same machine, or be used to report on the state of a dedicated router on another machine. Using multicast or broadcast addresses, data can be fed to more than one instance of gnetload. A menu for taking network interfaces up and down is also provided.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Unix|
Release Notes: The config script was updated to build with GTK2 and GCONF2 where available. There are no other code changes.
Release Notes: An additional argument was added to gnetload to set the multicast listening device. Linux 2.5 needs this. The Makefile now automatically installs the man pages if possible.
No changes have been submitted for this release.