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Cluster SSH Cluster SSH is used to start multiple SSH connections in separate terminal windows, with a common input box. You type in the input box and the keystrokes are sent to all the connected terminals. sudo apt-get install clusterssh Then run cssh: cssh host1 host2 ... Use a terminal emulator with broadcasting Terminator, for example, is a ...
There are many options to achieve what you want. My favorite is pssh (Parallel SSH). It can run commands parallely on multiple hosts and have variety of options. You can install it by: sudo apt-get install pssh pssh has some added advantages like it will be installed with parallel-scp, parallel-rsync binaries to do as their names suggest. Here is an ...
I create some custom script. Is not complete solution for you but maybe help. #!/bin/bash #we use output from "uptime" and "w" on every 5 min UPTIME=`uptime`; W=`w`; RAM=`free -m`; PS=`ps auxf | sort -nr -k 4 | head -15` DATUM=`date`; sleep 3 MYSQL=`mysqladmin -u root -pmz567sQld processlist;` sleep 3 SYN=`netstat -natp | grep SYN` sleep 3 HTTPD=`pgrep ...
Are you familiar with top? Shows you CPU and RAM usage (and more) for each process and also the total sum. you can also run top -u USER to only see a specific user's processes. just start with running top with no arguments. press q in order to quit. EDIT and for using within a script: try top -b -n1 for running in non interactive mode. you can then parse ...
I found this on the Arch Distro BBS maybe it can help: Intel HD Graphics 4600 driver works as Intel Xeon E3-1200 You might try installing the Intel-microcode package as well. You are most likely utilizing the Intel Processor's GPU, without knowing what model Mother Board you have.
Open /etc/lightdm/users.conf in a text editor and add the administrator user name to "hidden-users", reboot and you're done.
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