A tool to view GPU, CPU, RAM and disk performance in a clear, uncluttered way.
# performance A tool to measure GPU, CPU, RAM and disk performance in one place.
## Getting started This project measures CPU, RAM, GPU and Disk I/O stats and displays a simple line chart. The chart can be displayed either in the console or in a simple GUI.
![performance with a GUI](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/13353204/35768304-e6dcb9a0-08f9-11e8-8588-664a25fef891.png) ![performance in the CLI](https://user-images.githubusercontent.com/13353204/35768298-cf8f1e5a-08f9-11e8-9879-07b923f2c429.png)
### Installing Note: At the moment, performance only works on Linux systems.
Clone the repository and run ./install.sh to install all needed programs.
Alternatively, you can manually install the python packages in requirements.txt. nvidia-smi and sysstats are also needed to display GPU RAM and disk read / write performance, respectively. RAM and CPU measurements will work without these though.
## Running the tool
Once installed, run ./performance.py in the terminal to use the GUI version of the tool. To use the terminal frontend, run ./performance.py -t or ./performance.py –terminal.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the [LICENSE](LICENSE) file for details.
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