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Paille is a shell script monitoring your Raspberry pi

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Paille is a shell script monitoring your Raspberry pi and displaying informations on a web page. It aims to be an easy interface for understanding your Pi's activities and sensors.

System infos
kernel, uptime, free RAM, available RAM, swap, free space on SD-card, temperature, cpu usage, load average, available updates, CPU freq., GPU RAM and over-volting, running services, RAM-eating processes, network stats

Mail alerts
choose a contact, set up levels... and stay cool !

Disks info
total space, reading speed

ntp, mpd, nfs, dns and backup info

Accessible logs
logs are sorted and archived, you'll never miss an important notice

sensors results are graphed in a... pi-ograph !

Misc info
optimization infos for flash cards

>> Installation <<
install paille.deb (dpkg -i paille.deb)

more info here :
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  • Raspberry pi
  • Monitoring
  • Mail alerts
  • Logs


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Programming Language

Unix Shell, PHP



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