sysit

namesysit
created_at2021-01-09 13:59:02.61856
updated_at2023-12-22 13:42:53.129408
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descriptionSystem Sit! Check on the system with a quick glance.
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# Sysit System Sit, check on the system with a quick glance! [![Crate](https://img.shields.io/crates/v/sysit.svg)](https://crates.io/crates/sysit) [![Build](https://github.com/crodjer/sysit/workflows/CI/badge.svg?branch=main)](https://github.com/crodjer/sysit/actions?workflow=CI) ## About System resources overview within 50 characters. Relies on [sysinfo](https://github.com/GuillaumeGomez/sysinfo) to get all the relevant system information. ![sysit with tmux](https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crodjer/sysit/main/assets/sysit-on-tmux.png) ## Install If you are on Arch, install via Aur: https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/sysit-bin/ On other platforms, you can use the install script, which will install a [pre-built binary](https://github.com/crodjer/sysit/releases/latest). To install at `/usr/local/bin/`: ``` curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crodjer/sysit/main/scripts/install.sh | sudo bash ``` Or, to install at a location of your choice, say `~/.local/bin`: ``` curl -s https://raw.githubusercontent.com/crodjer/sysit/main/scripts/install.sh | bash -s ~/.local/bin ``` You can always use cargo if your platform isn't supported: ``` cargo install sysit ``` ## Reasoning The ability to quickly see basic system information without needing a context switch can be useful. `sysit` is easy to incorporate in the various status bars - such as that of `tmux`, `i3`/`sway` etc. ## Understanding the output  Memory Usage  CPU Information (usage and optionally frequency)  Temperature for the hottest sensor  Network Ping # Usage ## From the console Simply type `sysit` for a quick glance at the system information. ``` sysit on  main is 📦 v0.6.0 via 🦀 v1.56.1 at 18:43:42 ❯ sysit  21%  5%  45°C  12.0 ms ``` This can also be used with a desktop manager's applets. For example, Xfce's `genmon`. ## Continuous Monitoring ### Watch Mode Works as if `watch sysit`. Can be used within tmux status line for continuous monitoring. Eg: ```tmux.conf set -g status-right '#[fg=black,bg=blue] #(sysit -wi 2) ' ``` Watch mode with `sysit -wi 2` has a benefit of maintaining a single process. Just using plain `sysit` command will also work, but that'd mean tmux spawns a new process every time. ### Log Mode At times it can be handy to log system stats, for instance, while benchmarking. ``` sysit on  main is 📦 v0.6.0 via 🦀 v1.56.1 at 18:45:26 ❯ sysit -lf  21%  5% @2.9 GHz  44°C  9.91 ms  21%  2% @2.1 GHz  44°C  8.43 ms  21%  3% @2.2 GHz  46°C  14.4 ms  21%  1% @3.8 GHz  46°C  139 ms  24%  63% @4.1 GHz  55°C  17.9 ms  25%  10% @4.0 GHz  48°C  354 ms  26%  10% @4.1 GHz  45°C  472 ms ``` ## Help ``` sysit Get system resources overview in 50 characters For usage details, try --help Understanding the output:  Memory Usage  CPU Information (usage and optionally frequency)  Temperature for the hottest sensor  Network Ping USAGE: sysit [OPTIONS] OPTIONS: -c, --colors force output to be always colorized -f, --frequency show CPU frequency -h, --help Print help information -i, --interval update interval in seconds for watch/log mode [default: 1] -l, --log run in log mode (will continuously append a row to standard output) --no-colors force output to be never colorized --ping-host host to use for testing the ping [default: 1.0.0.1] --threshold-cpu-high the threshold for high cpu usage (higher values will be rendered in red) [default: 80.0] --threshold-cpu-medium the threshold for medium cpu usage (higher values will be rendered in yellow) [default: 50.0] --threshold-memory-high the threshold for high memory usage (higher values will be rendered in red) [default: 80.0] --threshold-memory-medium the threshold for medium memory usage (higher values will be rendered in yellow) [default: 50.0] --threshold-temp-hot the threshold for high temperature (higher values will be rendered in red) [default: 75.0] --threshold-temp-warm the threshold for warm temperature (higher values will be rendered in yellow) [default: 55.0] -V, --version Print version information -w, --watch run in watch mode (as if running with the watch command) ```
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