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monitor.pl

by xphase_work (Pilgrim)
on Jun 06, 2001 at 01:12 UTC ( #86015=sourcecode: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Category: GUI Programming
Author/Contact Info xPhase_work
Description: A simple system monitor written in Tk, should be
cross-platfrom, but only tested on Solaris 2.7.
This is my first somewhat large app in Perl/Tk.
Any comments would be helpful.
#################################################
# monitor.pl                                    #
#        Brian Wilson - 2001                        #
#                                                #
#    A Tk utility that draws a window with         #
#    Various system information in it.            #
#    Currently shows: OS name and version,        #
#                     Load, Uptime, Processes,    #
#                     Mem/FreeMem, Swap/Free Swap#
#                     And # of Users                #
#    Version 1.0 -- First Release                #
#                                                #
#################################################
use strict;
use Tk;
use Tk::ProgressBar;

# Declare a window, some frames, and some vars
my $window = MainWindow->new(-title => 'System Monitor', -background =
+> 'black');
my $memUsage;
my $swapUsage;
my ($prog1, $prog2);

my $topFrame= $window->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side =>'top');
my $hiFrame = $window->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side =>'top');
my $loFrame = $window->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'bottom');
                                                
my $listf1 = $hiFrame->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'left');
my $listf2 = $hiFrame->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'right');

my $progf1 = $loFrame->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'left');
my $progf2 = $loFrame->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'right');
my $progf3 = $loFrame->Frame(-bg=>'black')->pack(-side => 'left');

#A text box in the top most frame displays the hostname, OS, and OS Ve
+rsion
my $title = $topFrame->Text(-width    => 20,
                                 -height=> 1,
                                 -bg    => 'black',
                                 -fg    => 'yellow',
                                 -relief=> 'flat',
                                 -insertborderwidth=>0,
                                 -highlightbackground=> 'black',
                                 )->pack(-side => 'left');
# Place a Listbox in the left side of the middle frame to use as label
+s                                 
my $labelList = $listf1->Listbox(-width    => 15,
                                 -height=> 4,
                                 -bg    => 'black',
                                 -fg    => 'yellow',
                                 -relief=> 'flat',
                                 #-insertborderwidth=>0,
                                 -highlightbackground=> 'black',
                                 )->pack(-side => 'left');
# Fill the Listbox with the labels                                
$labelList->insert('end',
                    "System Load:",
                    "System Up:",
                    "Processes:",
                    "Total Users");

# Place a list box in the right side of the middle frame to display da
+ta                    
my $dataList = $listf2->Listbox(-width    => 15,
                                 -height=> 4,
                                 -bg    => 'black',
                                 -fg    => 'yellow',
                                 -relief=> 'flat',
                                 #-insertborderwidth=>0,
                                 -highlightbackground=> 'black',
                                 )->pack(-side => 'left');

# Place a list box in the right side of the bottom left frame for labe
+ls                                 
my $memLabelList=$progf1->Listbox(-width=> 15,
                                 -height=> 2,
                                 -bg    => 'black',
                                 -fg    => 'yellow',
                                 -relief=> 'flat',
                                 #-insertborderwidth=>0,
                                 -highlightbackground=> 'black',
                                 )->pack(-side => 'left');
# Fill the list with labels                                 
$memLabelList->insert('end',
                        "Memory Used:",
                        "Swap Used:");

# Place a Listbox in the bottom right frame for number data           
+             
my $memList = $progf2->Listbox(-width=> 15,
                                 -height=> 2,
                                 -bg    => 'black',
                                 -fg    => 'yellow',
                                 -relief=> 'flat',
                                 #-insertborderwidth=>0,
                                 -highlightbackground=> 'black',
                                 )->pack(-side => 'right');
                                 
# Call the subroutine for the first time
&drawvals;
# Wait 5 seconds then run the subroutine again for ever
$progf3->repeat(5000,\&drawvals);

# Create a progress bar in the top fo the bottom middle
# frame that shows amount of Used Memory
$prog1 = $progf3 ->ProgressBar(    -relief    => 'flat',
                                -resolution => 0,
                                -gap    => 0,
                                -from    => 0,
                                -to        => 100,
                                -anchor    => 'e',
                                -blocks    =>    10,
                                -bg        => 'black',
                                -colors => [0,'green',50,'yellow',80,'
+red'],
                                -variable=> \$memUsage,
                              )->pack(-side    => 'top', -pady => 3);
                             
# Create a progress bar in the bottom of the bottom middle
# frame to show the amout of Swap Used. 
$prog2 = $progf3 ->ProgressBar(    -relief    => 'flat',
                                -resolution => 0,
                                -gap    => 0,
                                -from    => 0,
                                -to        => 100,
                                -anchor    => 'e',
                                -blocks    =>    10,
                                -bg        => 'black',
                                -colors => [0,'green',50,'yellow',80,'
+red'],
                                -variable=> \$swapUsage,
                              )->pack(-side    => 'bottom', -pady => 3
+);
                             
# Tk's main event loop
MainLoop;

# This subroutine sets the values for Used Mem and Used Swap,
# as well as clearing and filling in the Listboxes with the
# correct data
sub drawvals{
    my %values = &vals;
    my $useMem = $values{totMem} - $values{freeMem};
    
    $swapUsage = ($values{useSwap}/$values{totSwap})*100;
    $memUsage  = ($useMem/$values{totMem})*100;
    $dataList->delete('0.0', 'end');
    $title->delete('0.0', 'end');
    $title->insert('end',"$values{host} - $values{OS} $values{OSVer}",
+ 'yellow');
    
    $dataList->insert('end',"$values{load}");
    $dataList->insert('end',"$values{uptime}");
    $dataList->insert('end',"$values{process}");
    $dataList->insert('end',"$values{numUsers}");
    
    $memList->delete('0.0', 'end');
    $memList->insert('end', "${useMem}M of $values{totMem}M");
    $memList->insert('end', "$values{useSwap}M of $values{totSwap}M");
    
    
}
    

# This subroutine gathers the data to be displayed            
sub vals{

    my @top;
    my $proc;
    my @memInfo;
    my ($real, $rFree, $sUse, $sFree);
    my $version;
    my $load;
    my @upArray;
    my @tUp;
    my $uptime;
    my $name; 
    my $line;
    my $t;
    my $user;
    my %unique;
    my @who;  
    my $numUsers;
    my $swap;
    my %vals;

    # Get the version number of the OS, if solaris change the 5 to a 2
    # Also get the hostname using uname -n
    ($name, $version) = split ' ',(`uname -nr`);                
    if($^O =~ /solaris/){ ($version eq 5.5.1) ? ($version = 2.5.1)
                                              : ($version -= 3)}
    # Run top and collect the output
    @top = `top -n 1 2>/dev/null`;        
    chomp($name);            
    # Get a list of the users
    @who = `who`;                         
    
    # Store users in a hash, might add a listing of users to disp
    # in the future                                 
    foreach $line (@who){                 
        $user = (split ' ', $line)[0];    
                                      
        if(!$unique{$user}){              
            $unique{$user} = 1;           
        }                                 
           else {                            
            $unique{$user}++;             
        }                                 
    }
                                         
    # Get uptime and system load from the uptime command              
+                    
    @upArray =  split ',', `uptime`;      
    $t = `uptime`;                        
    $t =~ /load average.*:\s+(\S+),/;
    $load = $1;
    @tUp = split ' ', $upArray[0];        
    $uptime = "@tUp[scalar(@tUp)-2] @tUp[scalar(@tUp)-1]";

    # Process top to get the number of processes, as well as the Memor
+y
    # and Swap levels                                  
    foreach $line (@top){                 

        if($line =~ /\d*?\sprocesses/){   
               $proc = (split ' ', $line)[0];
        }
        elsif($line =~ /^Memory/i){       
            ($t, $line) = split ':', $line;
            @memInfo = split ',', $line;  
        
            $real = $memInfo[0];          
            $real =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
            $real =~ s/[MK]//g;           
                                      
            $rFree = $memInfo[1];
            if($rFree =~ /\dK/i){         
                $rFree =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $rFree =~ s/[MK]//g;  
                $rFree = int($rFree/1024);
            } 
            else {
                $rFree =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $rFree =~ s/[MK]//g;      
            }
    
            $sUse = $memInfo[2];
            if($sUse =~ /\d+K/i){
                $sUse =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $sUse =~ s/[MK]//g;
                $sUse = int($sUse/1024);  
            }
            else {
                $sUse =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $sUse =~ s/[MK]//g;       
            }                             
        
            chomp($sFree = $memInfo[3]);         
            if($sFree =~ /\d+K/i){
                $sFree =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $sFree =~ s/[MK]//g;
                $sFree = int($sFree/1024);
            }
            else {
                $sFree =~ s/^\s*(\d+[KM]).*$/$1/;
                $sFree =~ s/[MK]//g;
            }
        }   
    }

    # Count the number of unique users
    # NOTE: This is due to(at least on my workstation at work)
    #        each instance of a term counting as a user in who.
    #        Oddly enough, finger behaves this way at my work as
    #        well, a finger on me produces as many entries as terms
    #        That I have open
    foreach $user(keys %unique){
        $numUsers++;
    }
    $swap = $sUse + $sFree;
    
    # Place the values in a hash
    %vals =(host     => $name,
            OS        => $ ,
            OSVer    => $version,
            load    => $load,
            uptime    => $uptime,
            process    => $proc,
            totMem    => $real,
            freeMem    => $rFree,
            totSwap    => $swap,
            useSwap    => $sUse,
            numUsers=> $numUsers,
            );

    return %vals;
}

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(Vortacist) Re: monitor.pl
by Vortacist (Pilgrim) on Jun 06, 2001 at 05:20 UTC
    Well...I tried running this on my machine and I believe there's a problem with this line, near the end:

    OS        => $ ,

    What's supposed to be after that $? Right now there's just a space.
    Please let us know - I look forward to really getting to try this script out.

      OS => $ , is supposed to be $^O, in other words,
      $<ctrl>O. I don't know why It doesn't show up,
      there, but if you click the d/l code it should work.
      What I did was right click d/l code, save it to disk,
      then strip out the ^M's.
        Well, I made sure to right-click and save the code that way (last time I had clicked the d/l link and pasted the code into emacs, which generally works) and despite removing the ^M's, no ^O appeared. So I added it in myself, but then when I tried running monitor, I had this problem:

        Illegal division by zero at monitor.pl line 138.

        That line is in drawvals, and it's:

        $swapUsage = $values{useSwap}/$values{totSwap})*100;

        Not quite sure what's going on there. Is a value for totSwap not being added to %values, perhaps?
        FYI, I am running this script using Perl 5.6.1 on Debian/GNU Linux.

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