Glances is a powerful open-source monitoring tool that provides real-time insights into various aspects of your system, including CPU, memory, disk, and network usage. It offers comprehensive monitoring of running processes, logged in users, temperatures, voltages, fan speeds, and even supports container monitoring for Docker and LXC.
With its user-friendly dashboard, you can easily access all the information you need, and it also offers remote monitoring capabilities through a web interface or command line interface. Installation and customization are a breeze, allowing you to focus on the specific information that matters to you.
- Works on all known systems
- Can be installing using Docker
- Comes with a web interface
- Can work on mobile browsers (Android, and iOS)
- Comes with a developer-friendly XML-RPC and RESTful API
- Real-time monitoring of CPU, memory, disk, and network usage
- Comprehensive monitoring of running processes and logged in users
- Temperature, voltage, and fan speed monitoring
- Support for container monitoring for Docker and LXC
- User-friendly dashboard for easy access to information
- Remote monitoring capabilities through a web interface or command line interface
- Easy installation and customization
How does it work?
In client/server mode, remote monitoring could be done via terminal, Web interface or API (XML-RPC and RESTful). Stats can also be exported to files or external time/value databases, CSV or direct output to STDOUT.
Glances is written in Python and uses libraries to grab information from your system. It is based on an open architecture where developers can add new plugins or exports modules.
Install using PIP
pip install --user glances
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