Kalliope system status neuron

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

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Introduction

Couple of days ago, I created a very simple neuron to retrieve some system data and have an idea of the system kalliope runs on. It was in the same idea of the poorsman loganalyser I talked about before.

In all honesty, most credits goes to this github repository I found that did almost all the job for me.

What does it do ?

So far, it returns the following variable that can then be used in a template or say_template:

  • running_since
  • os: OS name
  • os_version: Kernel version
  • system_name: Name of your host
  • system_nb_core: Number of core
  • cpu: % of CPU usage
  • memory: % of memory usage
  • disk: % of disk usage

Look at the readme for an up to date list :)

Installation

The usual:

  kalliope install --git-url https://github.com/bacardi55/kalliope-system-status.git

Usage

Create a brain file like this:

      - name: "System-status"
        signals:
          - order: "Step into analysis mode, please"
        neurons:
          - system_status:
              say_template:
                - "I'm running on {{os}}, kernel {{os_version}}, with {{system_nb_cores}} cores.    C P U usage {{cpu}} %  memory usage {{memory}} %  disk usage {{disk}} %"
              cache: False

Or create a more complex template :)

I’ll add more into this, but if you have idea, PR on github or comment on this post :)


Contact

If you find any issue or have any question about this article, feel free to reach out to me via email, mastodon or even IRC, see the About Me page for details.

See Also

Kalliope GoogleMaps neuron

Kalliope acting as a reminder