ibmonitor v1.0 stable release

ibmonitor v1.0 stable release

Post by Rohan Romanus Almeid » Mon, 16 Jun 2003 20:08:12



ibmonitor is an interactive linux console application which
shows bandwidth consumed and total data transferred on all interfaces.

Its main features are:
    * Shows received, transmitted and total bandwidth of each interface
    * Calculates and displays the combined value of all interfaces
    * Displays total data transferred per interface in KB/MB/GB
    * Values can be displayed in Kbits/sec(Kbps) and/or KBytes/sec(KBps)
    * Can show maximum bandwidth consumed on each interface
    * Can show average bandwidth consumption on each interface
    * The output with all features (max, avg and display in Kbps and KBps)
      easily fits on a 80x24 console or xterm
    * Can interactively change its output display format depending
      on key pressed by user.

Changes (from v0.3 to v1.0):
    * Command line option "--dev regex" added.

      So only interfaces which match the regex supplied will
      be displayed.
    * Command line option "--file proc" added.
      This allows to specify a different /proc file, other
      than the default, which is "/proc/net/dev"
    * Added Term-Readkey Perl module in distribution.
    * Average Data was incorrect, when interval was more than 1 second. Fixed.
    * All output is written to a variable, instead of STDOUT.
    * Reset(key r while in interactive mode) is now resetting elapsed time.
    * Choice to move interface display up/down relative to other interface
    * If Term-ReadKey Perl module is not found, then interactive mode is disabled

Quick Links:
http://ibmonitor.sourceforge.net
http://freshmeat.net/projects/ibmonitor/

Download ibmonitor v1.0
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ibmonitor/ibmonitor-1.0.tar.gz?dow...

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1. ibmonitor v1.0 stable release

ibmonitor is an interactive linux console application (perl script!)
which shows bandwidth consumed and total data transferred on all interfaces.

Its main features are:
    * Shows received, transmitted and total bandwidth of each interface
    * Calculates and displays the combined value of all interfaces
    * Displays total data transferred per interface in KB/MB/GB
    * Values can be displayed in Kbits/sec(Kbps) and/or KBytes/sec(KBps)
    * Can show maximum bandwidth consumed on each interface
    * Can show average bandwidth consumption on each interface
    * The output with all features (max, avg and display in Kbps and KBps)
      easily fits on a 80x24 console or xterm
    * Can interactively change its output display format depending
      on key pressed by user.

Changes (from v0.3 to v1.0):
    * Command line option "--dev regex" added.

      So only interfaces which match the regex supplied will
      be displayed.
    * Command line option "--file proc" added.
      This allows to specify a different /proc file, other
      than the default, which is "/proc/net/dev"
    * Added Term-Readkey Perl module in distribution.
    * Average Data was incorrect, when interval was more than 1 second. Fixed.
    * All output is written to a variable, instead of STDOUT.
    * Reset(key r while in interactive mode) is now resetting elapsed time.
    * Choice to move interface display up/down relative to other interface
    * If Term-ReadKey Perl module is not found, then interactive mode is disabled

Quick Links:
http://ibmonitor.sourceforge.net
http://freshmeat.net/projects/ibmonitor/

Download ibmonitor v1.0
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ibmonitor/ibmonitor-1.0.tar.gz?dow...

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