[OpenTRV-dev] OpenTRV to EmonCMS, via Node-RED (was OpenTRV boards)
jeremy at bigjungle.net
Thu Dec 17 14:01:56 GMT 2015
Hum, good idea. Should be easy (assuming you are running on Linux) to pull
that info from the relevant files (/proc/meminfo and /proc/loadavg) using
EmonCMS. I will try and have a go at that but I am sure someone has
probably done it (at least the CPU/Mem usage) already.
WARNING: Linux is designed to essentially use all the memory. THIS IS NOT A
BAD THING as it caches loads of things and that helps with performance,
MemFree is not actually the amount of free memory from a practical sense
Buffers and Cached are also essentially free memory.
On 17 December 2015 at 13:14, Bo Herrmannsen <bo.herrmannsen at gmail.com>
> hijacking it even more.... and then again the guy from belgium wanted
> integration between opentrv and emoncms
> this is half the deal :-D
> but Q.... bit OT... how would i store CPU load and Memory load? just so i
> can keep an eye on it
> 2015-12-17 14:06 GMT+01:00 Jeremy Poulter <jeremy at bigjungle.net>:
>> Thanks I will look through those.
>> On 17 December 2015 at 12:43, Damon Hart-Davis <dhd at exnet.com> wrote:
>>> Up to my eyes today (major delivery on Monday) but here are some
>>> pointers. I’ll try to do better on another round...
>>> > On 17 Dec 2015, at 12:28, Jeremy Poulter <jeremy at bigjungle.net> wrote:
>>> > Thanks, I think they may help, can you point out the location of the
>>> concentrator and protocol docs?
>>> > Jeremy
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