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J/Top

J/Top is a desktop application, written in Java, used to monitor the 'top' output of multiple Unix clients from one central location. J/Top has an easy-to-use interface and allows sentries to be attached to hosts to monitor the 'top' output for threshold breaches.

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  •  14 Aug 2001 16:25

    Release Notes: An EmailNotifier with Velocity templates for the message subject and body was added. The code was migrated to the Collections API. The "Set" classes were replaced with XArrayList. All Action implementations were removed in favor of StandardAction. Logging with Log4J (version 1.1.1) was added. The icons were removed from the menu items. IconManager was added for easier access to icons. Icons are now stored in a library JAR instead of in the images directory. The bin directory was removed and the JAR was made executable. Modifying a host's display name or hostname changes the tab display for that host.

    •  14 Jul 2001 04:02

      Release Notes: Changing the Linux share column to a double.

      •  16 Jan 2001 20:03

        Release Notes: Initial release.

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