SysWatch is a CGI to display current information about your UNIX system. It can display drive partitions, disk usage, as well as resource hogs, and what current users are doing. It runs on Linux, *BSD, and Solaris.
|Tags||Internet Web Site Management Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD HP-UX Linux Solaris|
Release Notes: This release adds OpenBSD support and configurable table widths.
Release Notes: Removal of lots of unused code, a rewritten drive information gathering section, and drive output is more readable.
Release Notes: An option was added to refresh the page automatically. The ability to change colors was added. Output was made more uniform.
Release Notes: A fix for a font problem in one of the sections, a changed tail command to be more portable, and a fix for a file creation problem in Solaris and BSD.
Release Notes: A bug under Solaris which caused the machine's hostname to be set to "-f" was fixed. A new method for grabbing memory and swap info under Linux was implemented. More code cleanup was done.