JuiceSSH Performance Plugin

JuiceSSH Performance Plugin


JuiceSSH plugin for visual monitoring of server performance.

It works by starting a background JuiceSSH session to the selected host and running various commands on a periodic basis to obtain the performance metrics required.

Currently this plugin has been tested on Ubuntu and RedHat Enterprise Linux only, however this plugin is open source and freely available on Github. If you'd like to add support for other operating systems please take a look at the github and feel free to submit a pull request:

https://github.com/sonelli/juicessh-performancemonitor

This JuiceSSH plugin requires JuiceSSH 1.5.0 or greater be installed

Recent changes:
1.0.5
- Can now be put to the background and resumed.
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About JuiceSSH Performance Plugin
JuiceSSH plugin for visual monitoring of server performance.

It works by starting a background JuiceSSH session to the selected host and running various commands on a periodic basis to obtain the performance metrics required.

Currently this plugin has been tested on Ubuntu and RedHat Enterprise Linux only, however this plugin is open source and freely available on Github. If you'd like to add support for other operating systems please take a look at the github and feel free to submit a pull request:

https://github.com/sonelli/juicessh-performancemonitor

This JuiceSSH plugin requires JuiceSSH 1.5.0 or greater be installed

Recent changes:
1.0.5
- Can now be put to the background and resumed.

User reviews of JuiceSSH Performance Plugin
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A Google User
Tuesday 8:38 PM
Best Exceptionnal. Could be extended with graphs and partition choice io usage swapped... Gpu usage ....
A Google User
Monday 6:18 PM
Good start Helpful app, but extending features would make it much more useful. Graphing loads over time would be very helpful, and it would be nice to have some additional long-press functionality on each category, like ranking processes for each metric. It would also be great to get per core CPU utilization
A Google User
6 days ago
Needs more support There is a lot of potential here
A Google User
Feb 17, 2015
Works great
A Google User
Feb 17, 2015
Worked like a charm. No fiddling about with settings required, worked straight away for my debian servers.