./sysutils/py-Glances, Cross-platform curses-based monitoring tool

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 3.1.5, Package name: py37-Glances-3.1.5, Maintainer: fox

glances is a cross-platform curses-based monitoring tool which aims to
present a maximum of information in a minimum of space, ideally to fit
in a classical 80x24 terminal or higher to have additional information.
It can adapt dynamically the displayed information depending on the
terminal size. It can also work in client/server mode. Remote
monitoring could be done via terminal or web interface.

glances is written in Python and uses the psutil library to get
information from your system.


Required to run:
[devel/py-curses] [devel/py-cursespanel] [devel/py-setuptools] [sysutils/py-psutil] [devel/py-future] [lang/python37]

Required to build:
[pkgtools/cwrappers]

Master sites:

SHA1: befb3f24c5923f8c717798c11e56caefbc526489
RMD160: 5e68c8b6e36e5ae7017c85b58e50988f030c0f41
Filesize: 6616.12 KB

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   2020-08-20 21:27:42 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/py-Glances: Update to 3.1.5

Changes since 3.1.4.1:

Version 3.1.5
=============

Enhancements and new features:

    * Enhancement: RSS for containers enhancement #1694
    * exports: support rabbitmq amqps enhancement #1687
    * Quick Look missing CPU Infos enhancement #1685
    * Add amqps protocol suppport for rabbitmq export #1688
    * Select host in Grafana json #1684
    * Value for free disk space is counterintuative on ext file systems
      enhancement #644

Bugs corrected:

    * Can't start server: unexpected keyword argument 'address' bug
      enhancement #1693
    * class AmpsList method _build_amps_list() Windows fail
      (glances/amps_list.py) bug #1689
    * Fix grammar in sensors documentation #1681
    * Reflect "used percent" user disk space for [fs] alert #1680
    * Bug: [fs] plugin needs to reflect user disk space usage needs
      test #1658
    * Fixed formatting on FS example #1673
    * Missing temperature documentation #1664
    * Wiki page for starting as a service documentation #1661
    * How to start glances with --username option on syetemd?
      documentation #1657
    * tests using /etc/glances/glances.conf from already installed version
      bug #1654
    * Unittests: Use sys.executable instead of hardcoding the python
      interpreter #1655
    * Glances should not phone home install #1646
    * Add lighttpd reverse proxy config to the wiki documentation #1643
    * Undefined name 'i' in plugins/glances_gpu.py bug #1635
   2020-03-26 15:20:12 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/py-Glances: Updates to 3.1.4.1

Changes since 3.1.4:

Convert JPEG to PNG images (for documentation)
Minor release for Debian package

Approved by: jperkin@
   2020-03-12 16:02:49 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
sysutils/py-Glances: Update to 3.1.4

Changes since 3.1.3:

Version 3.1.4
=============

Enhancements and new features:

    * FS filtering can be done on device name documentation enhancement #1606
    * Feature request: Include hostname in all (e.g. kafka) exports #1594
    * Threading.isAlive was removed in Python 3.9. Use is_alive. #1585
    * log file under public/shared tmp/ folders must not have deterministic name \ 
#1575
    * Install / Systemd Debian documentation #1560
    * Display load as percentage when Irix mode is disable #1554
    * [WebUI] Add a new TCP connections status plugin new feature #1547
    * Make processes.sort_key configurable enhancement #1536
    * NVIDIA GPU temperature #1523
    * Feature request: HDD S.M.A.R.T. #1288

Bugs corrected:

    * Glances 3.1.3: when no network interface with Public address #1615
    * NameError: name 'logger' is not defined #1602
    * Disk IO stats missing after upgrade to 5.5.x kernel #1601
    * Glances don't want to run on Crostini (LXC Container, Debian 10, python \ 
3.7.3) #1600
    * Kafka key name needs to be bytes #1593
    * Cant start glances with glances --export mqtt #1581
    * [WEBUI] AMP plugins is not displayed correctly in the Web Interface #1574
    * Unhandled AttributeError when no config files found #1569
    * Glances writing lots of Docker Error message in logs file enhancement #1561
    * GPU stats not showing on mobile web view bug needs test #1555
    * KeyError: b'Rss:' in memory_maps #1551
    * CPU usage is always 100% #1550
    * IP plugin still exporting data when disabled #1544
    * Quicklook plugin not working on Systemd #1537
   2019-10-16 13:07:57 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (4) | Package updated
Log message:
py-Glances: Update to 3.1.3

- Fixes the name of executable in ALTERNATIVES
- Removes the Node.js based WebUI assets from PLIST

Changes since 3.1.2:

Version 3.1.3
=============

Enhancements and new features:

  * Add a new TCP connections status plugin enhancement #1526
  * Add --enable-plugin option from the command line

Bugs corrected:

  * Fix custom refresh time in the web UI #1548 by notFloran
  * Fix issue in WebUI with empty docker stats #1546 by notFloran
  * Glances fails without network interface bug #1535
  * Disable option in the configuration file is now take into account

Others:

  * Sensors plugin is disable by default (high CPU consumption on some Liux \ 
distribution).
   2019-10-12 07:35:03 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (4)
Log message:
py-Glances: Minor naming fixes

- Adds a "-" between the file and the python version.
- Removes patch on setup.py for sed(1) based substitution.
- Bumps the PKGREVISION

ok adam@
   2019-10-10 14:38:40 by Santhosh Raju | Files touched by this commit (6)
Log message:
Import of py-Glances 3.1.2 as sysutils/py-Glances

glances is a cross-platform curses-based monitoring tool which aims to
present a maximum of information in a minimum of space, ideally to fit
in a classical 80x24 terminal or higher to have additional information.
It can adapt dynamically the displayed information depending on the
terminal size. It can also work in client/server mode. Remote
monitoring could be done via terminal or web interface.

glances is written in Python and uses the psutil library to get
information from your system.