Quick Look is a package to collect system statistics and output pretty graphics and (X)HTML pages. It allows system administrators to have a quick look on the status of their systems, without going for a more advanced (and heavier) solution.
Quick Look currently shows…
CPU and memory usage
Load average and process spawning rates
Network traffic rates
Tracked network connections
A static demo is available at http://www.carlos-rodrigues.com/projects/quicklook/demo/.
If you need to work on cluster, is nice to have syncronized terminals to send the same commands in parallel.
Is it also doungerous, so do some test before sending a bunch of vi commands!
On Unix, a cheap and fast solution is Kde “konsole” which has such option.
Look under “View/Send input to all Sessions” menu and try it out. I was happpy with version 1.6.6 of konsole.
I am not a fan of “xterm variants”, but konsole looks great.
(First published on 2007-01-20)
Hi all, ObjectsRoot now has correct story ordering ontags view!
I am happy to announce I have just installed tinymce on my site.
TinyMCE is a very professional product, and has all the things I like in a text editor.
I remember, in the dark ages of the 2002, ajax was not yet born.
I was complex to configure, and a nitghtmare to use.
So I am happy to have a very easy-to-edit blog now, and I will be able to write more and more throughts in a scattered way.
Keep in touch, babies!