Subject: Re: remote xload
To: Manuel Bouyer , dustin sallings <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Brian Buhrow <email@example.com>
Date: 10/29/1998 14:38:22
We use that program and I rigged it up for NetBSD. It was pretty
On Oct 29, 10:56pm, Manuel Bouyer wrote:
} Subject: Re: remote xload
} On Oct 28, dustin sallings wrote
} > So, is anyone interested in an xload that reports on remote
} > machines? I missed perfmeter for watching remote machines' loads, and
} > xload seemed like the appropriate thing to wedge the functionality into.
} > In my copy, I removed the Imakefile and shoved in autoconf because
} > it got difficult real quick to do the rstat stuff portably without a
} > script. It works pretty well on IRIX and NetBSD so far, that's all I
} > really care about. I'll probably make sure it works on Solaris, too.
} I use xnload for this. It can display the load of several machines.
} I didn't look at the sources, but it looks like a hacked xload ...
} Manuel Bouyer, LIP6, Universite Paris VI. Manuel.Bouyer@lip6.fr
>-- End of excerpt from Manuel Bouyer