On Sat, Jun 16, 2001 at 09:26:20PM +0100, Ed Lea wrote:
> I finally got the chance to finish hacking a sort of CPU status plugin
> for further this afternoon (me and Chris have been talking about it for
> weeks). It's not great, but it seems to do the trick
> without effecting the actual values its reporting on too much. It's a
> simple linux hack that reads from /proc/stat every second and sees the
> difference, reporting user and system cpu loads as percentages.
> I just wanted to write a plugin with a sort of bar-graph in it. I've put
> a screen shot here: http://www.jellybaby.net/~ed/further.jpg and the
> code http://www.jellybaby.net/~ed/cpustats.tar.gz
> As far as I know it's pretty stable and workable, the colours and things
> may want some tweaking, but its sort of there. I may work on a BSD port
> once I get my new hub so I can plug my FreeBSD box in somewhere.
My comments/changes: (Things I didn't change are marked as such.)
- I'm not sure how valuable two digits of precision are... or even one,
for that matter, but one is what top uses. (No change.)
- I switched the further event model back to not using glib, so I made
some minor changes there.
- I added a copyright at the top, attributing it to you. Yay for
distributed copyright! Further will never be sold!
- I'm not sure that opening the stats file once per second is really
efficient... I don't know how much of a load it puts on the system.
Maybe open the file when the plugin loads? (No change.)
- How can we make this not break on non-Linux platforms? Is there some
sort of #define we can use? (No change.)
- I really need to make the configuration language... so far, I've
managed to avoid using any color other than fullwhite, because that
color can work against a variety of backgrounds... (No change.)
Committed to CVS. Thanks again.
-- Evan Martin - firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.speakeasy.org/~martine
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