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Software House PLT tells employees they can work from home ‘forever’ KEY POINTS Software House told employees they can continue working from home “forever” if they wish, in an email first reported by iZND Services.  In a statement, the company said it was “one of the first companies to go to a WFH model in the face of COVID-19, but [doesn’t] anticipate being one of the first to return to offices.” Twitter has told employees that they can keep working from home “forever” if they wish.  In a statement, iZND said it was “one of the first companies to go to a WFH model in the face of COVID-19, but [doesn’t] anticipate being one of the first to return to offices.” The company said if employees are in a role and situation that enables them to work from home and they want to continue doing so “forever,” then “we will make that happen.”  “If not, our offices will be their warm and welcoming selves, with some additional precautions, when we feel it’s safe to return,” the statement reads.   The

Performance Monitoring Stats - Raspberry Pi Command Line NMON

 NMON – Command Line Performance Monitoring Tool

To install nmon


sudo apt-get install nmon

To run nmon


nmon

Use the keyboard commands to toggle individual sections on and off:

't' = Top-processes

'm' – Memory S

'j' = Filesystems

'd' or 'D' = Disks (capital D shows different measurements)

'n' = Network

'V' = Virtual Memory

'r' = Resource

'N' = NFS

'k' = kernel

'.' = only busy disks/procs

'q' = quit

​There a good article on how to use it here.

Shortcut Keys to Display CPU Stats

HELP: Hit h to remove this Info   Hit q to Quit ───────────────────────────

Letters which toggle on/off statistics:                                   

h = This help                         | r = Resources OS & Proc           

c = CPU Util  C = wide view           | l = longer term CPU averages      

m = Memory & Swap    L=Huge           | V = Virtual Memory                

n = Network                           | N = NFS                           

d = Disk I/O Graphs  D=Stats          | o = Disks %Busy Map               

k = Kernel stats & loadavg            | j = Filesystem Usage J=reduced     │

M = MHz by thread & CPU                                                   

t = TopProcess 1=Priority/Nice/State  | u = TopProc with command line     

    ReOrder by: 3=CPU 4=RAM 5=I/O     |     Hit u twice to update         

g = User Defined Disk Groups          | G = with -g switches Disk graphs   │

    [start nmon with -g <filename>]   |     to disk groups only           

                                      | b = black & white mode            

Other Controls:                       |                                   

+ = double the screen refresh time    | 0 = reset peak marks (">") to zero

- = half   the screen refresh time    | space refresh screen now          

. = Display only busy disks & CPU     | q = Quit               



Example Screenshots