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IHP jMON: distributed resource monitor

First public release, September 09th 1999, 17:18 EST

 Version: 0.3-1
 Section: admin
 Priority: extra
 Architecture: i386
 Depends: libc6 (>= 2.1), libncurses4 (>= 4.2-3.1)
 Installed-Size: 46
 Description: distributed resource monitor
  Resource monitoring for large networks. The jMon system allows for
  the real time monitoring of CPU, memory and swap usage. The system
  makes use of a small daemon running on each of the machines that are
  to be monitored.
  The client makes a TCP/IP connection with each of the servers
  specified in the configuration file. The statistics of all the host
  machines are displayed in an ncurses window on the console.

This package is offered for adoption, as are: binstats, gatos, and


What does this tell me?  That if Microsoft were the last software
company left in the world, 13% of the US population would be scouring
garage sales & Goodwill for old TRS-80s, CPM machines & Apple ]['s
before they would buy Microsoft. That's not exactly a ringing endorsement. 
        -- Seen on SlashDot

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