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gPS

gPS (graphical Process Statistics) is a system information applet based on GTK+. It displays the processes of one or more computers (like ps or top), allows killing, renicing, and signal sending, shows lots of details on selected processes, shows CPU/Memory usage and history graphs, and is capable of watching networked computers in addition to the local one. It also provides an easy way to send signals to processes based on their owners (uid), groups (gid), and string matching.

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Recent releases

  •  28 Apr 2002 21:07

    Release Notes: This release has a new process watch mode and a security fix in the rgpsp module.

    •  10 Mar 2002 22:03

      Release Notes: Several buffer overflow possibilities were removed, and there is better handling of unexpected function results.

      •  17 Apr 2001 05:01

        Release Notes: This release includes autoconf checking for Solaris, and fixes to the layout of the dialog boxes.

        •  26 Mar 2001 19:01

          Release Notes: Protocol and text parsing bugs were fixed in the rgpsp protocol, and an interface bug was fixed in the gps client GUI.

          •  22 Mar 2001 20:23

            Release Notes: A new visualization mode was added.

            Recent comments

            10 Mar 2002 14:25 bergo

            Re: Appearance
            The project is still maintained, but it's not my primary focus anymore (which has become eboard), so I'm less likely to
            add new features. Sorry for not replying to your message, it's still in my gps mail folder but I must have been busy at the time and the message ended up forgotten there :-(


            Yes, I still accept contributions, code contributions are preferred. Also, I'm no longer maintaining the FreeBSD-specific code,
            and am interested in handling it to someone else.

            11 Oct 2001 05:49 learfox

            Appearance


            The overall layout is not very intuitive, many
            of the menu items are in obtuse locations and
            it isn't as easy to use as it could be.


            Still, overall I feel its one of the better
            process viewers.


            However I am not sure if its maintained, I
            never got a response from the author for some
            contribs.

            17 Apr 2000 17:11 mordant

            `Aesthetical' isn't a word.
            Try `Aesthetic'.

            Neat app - thanks!

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