|| ||Rich Burridge <Rich.Burridge-AT-Sun.COM>|
|| ||ANNOUNCE: gperfmeter (gnome-perfmeter) v2.0.25 [stable]|
|| ||Thu, 11 Nov 2004 13:52:36 -0800 (PST)|
Two releases is one day. Yippee!
Gperfmeter (gnome-perfmeter) monitors the performance of a system and
displays a dynamic, graphical overview of how the system is performing.
The application displays strip charts and bar charts to represent system
performance for the main performance parameters.
This release is so that there is an official distribution tarball for the
possible inclusion of gnome-perfmeter in the JDS release for Solaris 10.
Note that gperfmeter needs the rpc.rstatd daemon to be running on the
system it's monitoring for it to work correctly. This is automatically
available on Solaris systems. I've had alternative experiences on other
various UNIX/Linux systems. There are also several alternate applications
that provide the same functionality for the Linux platform.
Guess I should have tried the .tar.gz file to make sure it built huh?
Trying to do too many things at the same time.
Changes since the last gperfmeter version (2.0.24):
* xmldocs.make in top-level directory had three lines that didn't start
with a Tab.
* .../src/message.h, .../src/callbacks.h and .../src/perfmeter.xbm
were missing from the distribution.
[IMPORTANT NOTE: I haven't tried to get this building on Linux, so
there are no guarentees that that this will "just build".
I am interesting in fixing uyp any problems that are
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