Index index by Group index by Distribution index by Vendor index by creation date index by Name Mirrors Help Search

libstatgrab-0.12-1.el4 RPM for i386

From Extras Packages for Enterprise Linux 4 for x86_64

Name: libstatgrab Distribution: Extras Packages for Enterprise Linux
Version: 0.12 Vendor: Fedora Project <>
Release: 1.el4 Build date: Wed Jan 16 19:05:39 2008
Group: System Environment/Libraries Build host:
Size: 229081 Source RPM: libstatgrab-0.12-1.el4.src.rpm
Packager: Fedora Project <>
Summary: Make system statistics
Libstatgrab is a library that provides cross platform access to statistics
about the system on which it's run. It's written in C and presents a selection
of useful interfaces which can be used to access key system statistics. The
current list of statistics includes CPU usage, memory utilisation, disk usage,
process counts, network traffic, disk I/O, and more.

The current list of platforms is Solaris 2.x, Linux, and FreeBSD 4.x/5.x.
The aim is to extend this to include as many operating systems as possible.

The package also includes a couple of useful tools. The first, saidar,
provides a curses-based interface to viewing the current state of the
system. The second, statgrab, gives a sysctl-style interface to the
statistics gathered by libstatgrab. This extends the use of libstatgrab
to people writing scripts or anything else that can't easily make C
function calls. Included with statgrab is a script to generate an MRTG
configuration file to use statgrab.






* Thu Aug 11 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.12-1
  - Update
  - Added saidar manpage
* Sat Jul 09 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11.1-3
  - Included examples/*.c in doc
* Thu Jul 07 2005 Tom "spot" Callaway <> 0.11.1-2
  - a lot of fixes for Fedora Extras
* Fri May 20 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11.1-1.1
  - Specfile cleanup
* Mon Apr 04 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11.1-1
  - Update
* Fri Mar 25 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11-2.1
  - Fix rpmlint warnings
* Tue Feb 15 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11-2
  - Don't require coreutils. They are normally installed on Fedora, but
    not available on RH 8, where the tools are usually also installed.
    Yes, rebuilding with nodeps would also do it, but it's not fine...
* Tue Feb 15 2005 Oliver Falk <>		- 0.11-1
  - Initial build for Fedora Core



Generated by rpm2html 1.8.1

Fabrice Bellet, Mon Apr 10 13:00:05 2017