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Disk I/O Space Screenlet

   0.8  

Screenlet

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Disk I/O Space Screenlet
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Disk I/O Space Screenlet
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Downloads:  9920
Submitted:  Oct 1 2009
Updated:  Jan 7 2012

Description:

This screenlet shows load of HDD and I/O of device/partition. Good thing for watch your HDD bottleneck :)

Led Bar Gauge : Dark LED bar means real device I/O, while Bright LEDs means partition I/O

Background Gauge Style : Red thick bar shows device while green one shows partition I/O.

Please vote if you like the tool!




Changelog:

Initial Release!
Version 0.2
  • Added -p flag to iostat to forcing partition map visible.

  • Version 0.3 21/11/2009
  • Added internal Kernel disk IO reader.
  • Moved DiskIOSpace options to another tab.
  • Removed threading and systat/iostat dependency.

  • Version 0.4 23/11/2009
  • Fixed nautilus clicking bug that freezes statistics
  • Fixed some bugs
  • Implemented alternative way to deteck kernel timer frequency
  • Compatible with ubuntu and all other distros AFAIK

  • Version 0.5 19/12/2009
  • Added auto mount /media
  • Added mount all drives option for easy start
  • Fixed freze on new mount.
  • Bug Fixes

  • Version 0.6 16/01/2010
  • Fixed IO loads if intervals bigger than 1 second
  • Tried to fix Clicks Enabled bug.

  • Version 0.7 16/04/2010
  • Added MD RAID support.

  • Version 0.8 07/01/2012
  • BugFix.



  • LicenseGPL
    Source(DiskIOSpace Screenlet v0.7)
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     Does not work

     
     by ubuntico on: Nov 23 2009
     
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    On Ubuntu 9.10


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     Re: Does not work

     
     by deathknight on: Nov 23 2009
     
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    This utility requires /proc/config.gz for read kernel timer frequency.

    I think that distro has no kernel config. So I will drop dependency on next version, v0.4


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     Re: Re: Does not work

     
     by ubuntico on: Nov 23 2009
     
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    Version 0.4 works fine, thank you very much!


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     Re: Does not work

     
     by nenelinux on: Nov 23 2009
     
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    if it works on uubntu! you just have to restart screenlets just after you have installed


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     automagically add /media/ driv

     
     by legluondunet on: Dec 5 2009
     
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    Hello,

    very good screenlet, thanks for this.
    What do you think about this new option: if activate, Disk I/O Space Screenlet show automatically the mount drive in /media directory, without add in the screenlet config the name drive before. Example: I plug my usb key, usb drive or phone etc... The system will mount it in /media directory and Disk I/O Space automagically add it in the list.

    LGDN.


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     Re: automagically add /media/ driv

     
     by deathknight on: Dec 6 2009
     
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    As you wish master :D

    If you add those devices names to list, they magically appear on the list when they plugged in. :)

    I inherited those list mechanism from Can Berk Güder, who is author of Disk Space Screenlet.

    Now with your concern, I prefer to add new functionality.

    Why we needed to add all drives by hand? Instead we can watch entire 'df' output and show all. The list could be used for "hide drives". Since we know the drives, we can place tick button at options near drives to disable them quickly.
    This approach will also make your wish to true but from an other way.
    I don't know when I start to implement this but will look that what I can make...
    Regards


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     Re: automagically add /media/ driv

     
     by deathknight on: Dec 6 2009
     
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    As you wish master :D

    If you add those devices names to list, they magically appear on the list when they plugged in. :)

    I inherited those list mechanism from Can Berk Güder, who is author of Disk Space Screenlet.

    Now with your concern, I prefer to add new functionality.

    Why we needed to add all drives by hand? Instead we can watch entire 'df' output and show all. The list could be used for "hide drives". Since we know the drives, we can place tick button at options near drives to disable them quickly.
    This approach will also make your wish to true but from an other way.
    I don't know when I start to implement this but will look that what I can make...
    Regards


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     Re: Re: automagically add /media/ driv

     
     by legluondunet on: Dec 6 2009
     
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    You don't need to explain that twice for me to understand ;-) lol

    you said "Why we needed to add all drives by hand? Instead we can watch entire 'df' output and show all. The list could be used for "hide drives". Since we know the drives, we can place tick button at options near drives to disable them quickly."

    Good idea!!! Thanks for your good work.

    Regards.

    LGDN


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     Re: Re: Re: automagically add /media/ driv

     
     by deathknight on: Dec 6 2009
     
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    It looks good at the beginning but when comes to programming I understand that there is no hope.

    First there is no check-able list on configurations. Only simple list as option.

    Second, how could we deliver order of mount points with 'hide_mounts' list? Users like me usually want to their mounts in custom order. This make we need the old list.

    So decided to add a button that add all existing mounts to list.
    It makes easy for first start up, users can modify order later as it in the old list.

    And needed to program a watchdog for /media directory


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     im happy!!

     
     by nenelinux on: Dec 19 2009
     
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    Just amazing!!!

    I have no words :O


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     Bravo!

     
     by legluondunet on: Dec 20 2009
     
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    Hello,

    the automagically works great, thank you, it is a very major feature.
    Just a little thing: when I installed your screenlet, it appered in a very little size because it shows no drive in default configuration. Perrhaps you should add root or home driver in the default configuration.

    an idea: if I click on a drive, it opens it in nautilus? What do you think about? It could be useful?

    Very good work, thank you.

    LGDN


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     Re: Bravo!

     
     by legluondunet on: Dec 20 2009
     
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    Ok, I enabled "clicks enabled" option and I could open drive in nautilus with a click, great!!!

    LGDN


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     Screenlet size

     
     by StephanRitscher on: Feb 22 2010
     
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    Hi,

    on my system the text is larger than the background box making the last few characters barely legible.

    I don't know whether this is due to a font missing on my computer or due to large partition sizes (3 digits).

    In the text

    "269G free of 366G - 27%"

    the signs "7%" would be outside the background box and "2" would be very close to it.

    I use vertical stacking, but with horizontal stacking the problem is the same for the last drive.

    Could you increase the width sligthly?

    Thanks,
    Stephan


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     Re: Screenlet size

     
     by deathknight on: Feb 22 2010
     
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    Himm. If I make things larger statically, than there is free space at the end if user have smaller text or users that has 2 digit free space.
    I think I needed to adjust size dynamically depending the text size.
    Or I could place a option for define that width manually.
    THanks.


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     change font

     
     by karatedog on: Feb 25 2010
     
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    How can I change the font? With the current setting it looks ugly and garbled.


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     Re: change font

     
     by deathknight on: Feb 25 2010
     
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    You can edit the script.
    Font name is located at line 354
    current setting is
    p_fdesc.set_family("Free Sans")


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     Re: Re: change font

     
     by karatedog on: Feb 26 2010
     
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    Thanks, worked perfectly!


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