[nos-bbs] please remind me of JNOS features asked for in the past ...

Jay Nugent jjn at nuge.com
Mon Dec 26 10:18:23 EST 2011


On Mon, 26 Dec 2011, Don Moore wrote:

> I'd like to be able to see the core size when I type ms at the jnos prompt when logging in remotely.
> I gives me an indication on my system as to how close I am to jnos crashing.

    Agreed.  I monitor every hour, through some automated tools, each and 
every major node throughout the Michigan AMPRnet.  The CORE size in the 
report is necessary and needs to be monitored closely for all those nodes 
running on DOS.  Those nodes running on Linux typically only report a 
couple K of space, but I *know* that they grab whatever amount of RAM they 
need as they need it, so the CORE is less important on those nodes.  But 
it makes the monitoring FAR easier if the format of the "Finger 
MSTAT at node_name" is consistant across all nodes.

       --- Jay  WB8TKL
           o Michigan AMPRnet IP Address Coordinator
           o Chair, ARRL Michigan Section "Digital Radio Group" (DRG)

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