Projects / wmSMPmon


wmSMPmon is a Window Maker applet for monitoring the CPUs, memory, and swap of SMP systems.


Recent releases

  •  07 Nov 2005 03:42

    Release Notes: Fixes a crash that occurred if no swap was enabled/present.

    •  06 Aug 2005 14:02

      Release Notes: wmSMPmon now supports Linux kernels 2.2, 2.4, and 2.6. The OS-dependent code has been separated from the rest of the program to improve portability, and versions for other OSes are now possible. On single CPU machines, wmSMPmon now draws the CPU load bar wider and supports only one graph style. Commandline option processing has been improved. Unknown options and missing parameters are now handled correctly. The manpage has been improved and is now installed as well.

      •  10 Mar 2003 14:25

        Release Notes: Support for glibc 2.3.1 was added, and the "fake SMP" switch was removed since auto-detection is now used instead.

        •  12 Jul 2001 11:20

          Release Notes: This release includes some minor clean-ups for better portability.

          •  06 Feb 2000 21:18

            Release Notes: This version includes bug fixes and two new switches: "-smp-fake", to try wmSMPmon on a single CPU box, and "-no-swap", to disable swap monitoring.

            Recent comments

            10 Feb 2000 14:02 generalwinter

            This a good replacement for wmmon and wmmon+smp
            This displays vertical bar for each CPU,
            a history of CPU load, memory and swap usage. It's
            chief advantage is that is uses far less CPU than


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