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A console-based snapshot of Linux system resources

Project description

SitRep is a console-based snapshot of Linux system resources written in Python.

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Requirements

  • python2 (tested with version 2.7)
  • netifaces
  • psutil
  • requests
  • setuptools

Installation

PyPI

SitRep is on PyPI. To install, simply use pip:

$ pip install sitrep

To upgrade SitRep to the latest version:

$ pip install --upgrade sitrep

Source

To install SitRep from source:

$ wget -c https://github.com/vonbrownie/sitrep/releases/download/v0.9.1/sitrep-0.9.2.tar.gz
$ tar -xvzf sitrep-0.9.2.tar.gz
$ cd sitrep-0.9.2
$ sudo python setup.py install --record rinstall.txt

Adding the --record rinstall.txt option generates an install log named rinstall.txt that can later be used to track down and uninstall files. See python setup.py install --help for more options.

Note: Python headers are required to install psutil. For example, on Debian you need to install first the python-dev package.

Usage

Just run:

$ sitrep

License

GPLv2. See LICENSE for more details.

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