sinfo is a monitoring tool that uses a broadcast scheme to distribute information on the status of each computer on your local network. It supports CPU, memory usage, network load, and information about the top 5 processes on each computer. sinfo uses ncurses to display the information in an attractive manner.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux Solaris BSD FreeBSD|
Release Notes: This release fixes compilation with gcc 4.7 and arrow key handling.
Release Notes: The code compiles again with FreeBSD (in this case 8.2).
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with the size of the command line buffer and has a few cleanups.
Release Notes: The addon scripts were made to work with KDE4. The test macro MP_WITH_CURSES is used. ARG_MAX is now requested via sysconf.
Release Notes: The option --ignore <process> was added to sinfod to suppress broadcasting any information on the specified process. The option --top <count> was added to sinfod to broadcast information on the top processes. The default number of processes for this option is 5. You might like to set this option to larger values for newer multi-core CPUs.