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.
|Tags||Monitoring Systems Administration Terminals Utilities|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux BSD FreeBSD IRIX Solaris|
Release Notes: Support for Solaris in general (not just Solaris 8), 'make install' no longer uses the -i flag to cp, and a few other minor changes.
Release Notes: Now supports IRIX and FreeBSD systems. A few other minor changes (bug fixes and such) have been made.
Release Notes: A couple of minor bugfixes, and updated documentation internal to the program and in the relevant supporting files.
No changes have been submitted for this release.