Treeps is program for Unix/Linux that is designed to make monitoring and interacting with the running programs on your system easy and intuitive. A "real time" tree view shows the relationships between the processes and is color-coded to provide easy interpretation of various values. The process tree displays any combination of users/groups and can be used to drill down into process details and then extract key fields for continuous monitoring. A number of actions can be performed on processes, such as signal, renice, trace, view man page, etc.
|Tags||Monitoring Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux SCO Solaris|
|Implementation||C Unix Shell|
Release Notes: Updates for Linux kernel 2.4.*, RedHat 7.3, 8.0, SuSe, Mandrake, and Solaris 8.0. Smart attachment update for KDE 3.0, a number of minor bugfixes, and LWP support for Solaris, including new Procesess and LWP control panels. System Information Browser for Solaris.
Release Notes: An ability to find processes by name/PID, a system Info browser, support for LWP (UnixWare/Solaris), multiprocessor support, keyboard shortcuts, related document browsing, and many other small improvements.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the Linux 2.4 kernel, smarter attachments on KDE and GNOME sessions, a per process app starter, a grey color scheme, a smarter build/install system, and a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: Updates for 2.2+ Kernels, i.e. Red Hat 6.0, SuSe 6.1. Support for >255 users or groups. Now 100% LessTif compatable. More linux details( open fds, CWD/Exe, mem map with full paths). Smart window sizing for color map and user/group dialogs. GNOME install. Updates for UnixWare 7, Solaris 7 and CDE desktop. A number of bug fixes and other improvements, 42 in total!
Release Notes: Process Activity "LED's" to show state/load/priority, leader bars to show /group/session leaders, process tips for mouseover glances at key process info, many icon bar changes, color icons, larger and more icons, much more linux info, better user/group selection from group/user tree dialog, std. usage of colors, better auto sizing of window, many layout changes (esp star layout), RPM packages, KDE install script, man/strace/renice processes, renice subtree, single click kill, and many bug fixes.