Due cose per Os X

Due “mai piu` senza”:

  • la piu` bella da vedere e` XRG, o X Resource Graph. Provare per credere.
  • meno bello da vedere, ma interessante ugualmente: fs_usage da CLI. Dice l’inizio della manpage:

    fs_usage — report system calls and page faults related to filesystem
    activity in real-time

    fs_usage [-e] [-w] [-f mode [-f mode] …] [pid|cmd [pid|cmd] …]

    The fs_usage utility presents an ongoing display of system call usage
    information pertaining to filesystem activity. It requires root privi-
    leges due to the kernel tracing facility it uses to operate. By default
    the activity monitored includes all system processes except the running
    fs_usage process, Terminal, telnetd, sshd, rlogind, tcsh, csh and sh.
    These defaults can be overridden such that output is limited to include
    or exclude a list of processes specified by the user.

    quando non e` chiaro chi stia facendo I/O sul disco, puo` venir comodo.

    Author: zen

    Geek of all trades, having fun with *NIX, the Internet and computer security since 1995.

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