ttyload is a tty-based utility for monitoring the load averages on a Unix system. It presents 3 graphs, one for each of the 3 common load average numbers (1min, 5min, 15min) that things like uptime normally show you. Each graph is in its own color, and if two or more of the graphs happen to intersect, then the color changes to reflect that.
I bought the relevant hardware a while back, and have been wanting to use it for a while, but I don't run windows, and I was being lazy about finding and/or writing software until now, I find heyu, and it's allowing me to do wonderful new things to my home lighting and such. :-)
I finally find an open source one of these...
Nifty. I'd been thinking about writing one of
these for PalmOS for a while, since the ones I
found last time I searched were all shareware or
whatever, and didn't have source... And now
I find one, yay!
On the other hand, there are a few issues that I have with it... It truncates precision on a few things, and otherwise discards some data that I like to track; the UI has a couple of quirks; and the graphing could stand to be a bit more customizable... But hey, now I've got access to source for an otherwise working app, so I can work on getting those things going for myself. :-)