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Another htop reference,  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ugXI9CmsMaQ somenone enjoys daily life... lol


Re: Sighting - JimTV YouTube channel

Daniel Lange
 

Hi Alex,

Am 22.02.21 um 02:08 schrieb flexx via groups.io:
htop makes every spaceship sexy.
https://youtu.be/l9nh1l8ZIJQ
I guess this has to be our coding soundtrack in the future then!

Interestingly the original artwork shows "spacebook"
https://www.deviantart.com/vashperado/art/s-p-a-c-e-o-u-t-264782890
so it was improved through animation :-).

Thanks for sharing.

Kind regards,
Daniel


Sighting - JimTV YouTube channel

flexx
 

htop makes every spaceship sexy. 

https://youtu.be/l9nh1l8ZIJQ

Cheers,
Alexander Wessel
Vienna, Austria


Re: htop multiple screen feature still exists?

Christian Göttsche
 

Am Fr., 5. Feb. 2021 um 22:19 Uhr schrieb Sohaib Mohamed
<sohaib.amhmd@gmail.com>:

Hello Experts,

First of all, thank you for this project.

I apologise if this question is too simple.
Is there a htop multiple screen feature still exists? (F2 > Setup > Screens)
I don't find it in my version (htop 3.0.6-dev)

Thanks.
No; I think it was never part of the main branch, just part of
https://github.com/hishamhm/htop/tree/next .
Due to major code changes since the common ancestor, it'll take some
work to integrate this feature into the current state.
But it seems like a useful addition, also noted in
https://github.com/htop-dev/htop/issues/99#issuecomment-748142128, so
maybe it'll arise at some day.
Note: patches are always welcome!

Best regards,
Christian Göttsche


Re: Sighting - Prada Cup 2021 Coverage

Daniel Lange
 

Hi Alexander,

thanks again! I amended https://htop.dev/sightings.html with a link to the new video. I guess the challenger series is covered now unless they do a full feature on how htop helps them monitor their infrastructure.
May be somebody should nudge Brent Russell :-).

Enjoy watching the racing!

Daniel

Am 05.02.21 um 23:12 schrieb flexx via groups.io:

Hi Daniel,
you're most welcome!
In fact, I've seen htop being up a couple of times now in these broadcasts. It' now used in their opener, too. But it's not just for show, actually. Check out this clip: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_pKWF-YvEPY at 1:36 where they cut in the canned shot I've already pointed out, but a couple seconds later you do see more of a working setup, and I think on the right-hand guy's monitor there's htop running next to his YachtBow window, and the colorful knobs below the screen that are also shown in the close-ups. In the following shots htop is the star again, and then it's up another time in the bokeh behind he interviewee.
I'd bet that they'll also use it in the America's Cup footage, and since I'll watch every bit of it, I'll be happy keep scouting. ;)
Thanks a million for making htop, it's really a gem, and your work on it is much appreciated!
Cheers,
Alexander


Re: Sighting - Prada Cup 2021 Coverage

flexx
 

Hi Daniel,

you're most welcome!

In fact, I've seen htop being up a couple of times now in these broadcasts. It' now used in their opener, too. But it's not just for show, actually. Check out this clip: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=_pKWF-YvEPY at 1:36 where they cut in the canned shot I've already pointed out, but a couple seconds later you do see more of a working setup, and I think on the right-hand guy's monitor there's htop running next to his YachtBow window, and the colorful knobs below the screen that are also shown in the close-ups. In the following shots htop is the star again, and then it's up another time in the bokeh behind he interviewee. 

I'd bet that they'll also use it in the America's Cup footage, and since I'll watch every bit of it, I'll be happy keep scouting. ;)

Thanks a million for making htop, it's really a gem, and your work on it is much appreciated!

Cheers,
Alexander

-------- Original message --------
From: Daniel Lange <DLange@...>
Date: 1/17/21 10:29 (GMT+01:00)
To: htop@groups.io
Subject: Re: [htop] Sighting - Prada Cup 2021 Coverage

Hi Alexander,

thank you very much for spotting htop in the wild!

Updated at https://htop.dev/sightings.html

I did intentionally not mention Prada as I personally find this "tag a
random brand name on an unrelated event for cash" a bit appalling.
So I worked around that.

Best regards,
Daniel






htop multiple screen feature still exists?

Sohaib Mohamed
 

Hello Experts,

First of all, thank you for this project.

I apologise if this question is too simple.
Is there a htop multiple screen feature still exists? (F2 > Setup > Screens)
I don't find it in my version (htop 3.0.6-dev)

Thanks.


Re: setuid support

Trond Endrestøl
 

On Fri, 5 Feb 2021 08:43+0100, Daniel Lange wrote:

Try latest master, it works again due to

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop/commit/8c438563807a61ca598e6029bd86105dc34b9967
It's no biggie. It's nice knowing the feature will return with the
next release of htop. Thank you all.

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Re: setuid support

Daniel Lange
 

Am 05.02.21 um 08:37 schrieb Trond Endrestøl:
On a side note, older versions of htop running on (older versions of)
FreeBSD used to show which CPU core a process runs on. This value
remains zero for every process displayed. I'm not sure if FreeBSD
specific patches made this magic work or if it was already in the
htop code at the time.
Try latest master, it works again due to

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop/commit/8c438563807a61ca598e6029bd86105dc34b9967

Kind regards,
Daniel


Re: setuid support

Trond Endrestøl
 

On Fri, 5 Feb 2021 17:31+1100, Nathan Scott wrote:

Is anyone actually using the --enable-setuid option to the htop build?
It's an opt-in feature, not enabled by default.
No. Speaking only as a FreeBSD user, htop works as intended when run
as a regular user.

On a side note, older versions of htop running on (older versions of)
FreeBSD used to show which CPU core a process runs on. This value
remains zero for every process displayed. I'm not sure if FreeBSD
specific patches made this magic work or if it was already in the
htop code at the time.

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setuid support

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

Is anyone actually using the --enable-setuid option to the htop build?
It's an opt-in feature, not enabled by default.

We're considering dropping it but want to check in and see if anyone
makes a case for keeping it first. The git commit history suggests it
was initially added for Mac OS X (possibly older versions?) so we're
particularly interested in hearing from anyone using it there - but,
anyone using it all we'd like to know about it.

Thanks!

--
Nathan


Re: Sighting - Prada Cup 2021 Coverage

Daniel Lange
 

Hi Alexander,

thank you very much for spotting htop in the wild!

Updated at https://htop.dev/sightings.html

I did intentionally not mention Prada as I personally find this "tag a random brand name on an unrelated event for cash" a bit appalling.
So I worked around that.

Best regards,
Daniel


Sighting - Prada Cup 2021 Coverage

flexx
 

Hi,

just saw htop in the coverage of the 2021 Prada Cup Coverage (America's Cup Qualifier, Sailing).

Here's a link https://youtu.be/zwfu1-24T7Q at 51:45 seconds.

Thought I'd let you know for your "Signings" page.

Cheers,
Alexander Wessel
Vienna, Austria


htop 3.0.5 released

Daniel Lange
 

Hi,

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop
https://htop.dev/downloads.html

What's new in version 3.0.5

* BUGFIX / SECURITY: InfoScreen: fix uncontrolled format string
* BUGFIX: Improve white text in the Light Terminal colour scheme
(both of the above thanks to V)
* Enable the function bar on the main screen to be hidden (see Setup -> Display options)
* BUGFIX: Reduce layout issues esp. around printing wide characters (not complete yet)
* BUGFIX: Make the follow function exit cleanly after followed process died
* Solaris: make Process callbacks static
* Update help and man page for improved -t / -s options
* Drop usage of formatted error messages from <err.h>
* Show arrow indicating order of sorted process column
* Lots of plumbing around the internal Hashtable, hardening and code cleanups
* LibSensors: add support for Ryzen CPUs
(thanks to Matej Dian)
* BUGFIX: Fix CPU percentage on M1 silicon Macs
(thanks to Luke Groeninger)
* LoadMeter: dynamically adjust color and total of bar
* Find libsensors.so.4 for Fedora and friends
* Add support to display CPU frequencies on Solarish platforms
(thanks to Dominik Hassler)
* Enable going back to previous search matches (Shift-F3)
* Added keybind 'N' for sorting by PID (drops 'n'/'N' as not used before much)
(thanks to Jake Mannens)

Kind regards,
Daniel


htop 3.0.3 released

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop.git
https://htop.dev/downloads.html

What's new in version 3.0.3

* Process sorting in 'tree' mode
(thanks to Maxim Zhiburt)
* Improved command display/sort functionality
(thanks to Narendran Gopalakrishnan)
* Add screen for active file locks
(thanks to Fynn J. Wulf)
* Calculate library size (M_LRS column) from maps file
(thanks to Fynn J. Wulf)
* Add a Zram meter
(thanks to Murloc Knight)
* Add Linux cwd process column
* Dynamically load libsensors at runtime
* Improve PressureStall Meter display strings
* Hide process selection on ESC
* Fully support non-ascii characters in Meter-Bar
* Add support to change numeric options in settings screen
* Rename virtual memory column from M_SIZE to M_VIRT
* Add process column for normalized CPU usage
* Show CPU temperature in CPU meter
* Drop hideThreads Setting
* Add a systemd meter
* Add a network IO meter
* Add a SELinux meter
* Compress size of default FunctionBar
* Updates to the OpenFiles screen
* Continue updating header data in paused mode
* BUGFIX: Handle data wraparounds in IO meters
* BUGFIX: Update InfoScreen content on resize
* Add security attribute process column
* Add DiskIOMeter for IO read/write usage
* Read CPU frequency from sysfs by default
* Add Linux process column for context switches
* Several FreeBSD and Mac OS X platform updates
(thanks to Christian Göttsche)
* Add process environment for FreeBSD
(thanks to Ross Williams)
* Parse POWER_SUPPLY_CAPACITY for Linux Battery meter
(thanks to Jan Palus)
* Add octuple-column CPU meters.
* BUGFIX: On Linux consider ZFS ARC to be cache
(thanks to @multi)
* BUGFIX: Limit screen title length to window width
* Show selected command wrapped in a separate window
(thanks to @ryenus)
* Allow to pass '/' for item search
* Document implicit incremental search
* Handle 'q' as quit if first character
* Avoid expensive build of process tree when not using it
* Include documentation for COMM and EXE
* Distinguish display of no permissions for reading M_LRS
* Only calculate M_LRS size every 2 seconds
* Improvements to comm / cmdline display functionality
* Merged view for COMM, EXE and cmdline
(thanks to Narendran Gopalakrishnan and Benny Baumann)
* Consistent kernel thread display for COMM/EXE columns
* Central fault handling for all platforms
* Handle parsing envID & VPid from process status file
* Use threshold for display of guest/steal/irq meters
* Enhance highlighting of semi-large and large numbers
* Documentation on the repository style guide
(thanks to Benny Baumann)
* Align processor identifier to the right
(thanks to Christian Hesse)
* Document M_PSS, M_PSSWP, M_SWAP in man page
* Add Date and DateTime meters
(thanks to Michael F. Schönitzer)
* BUGFIX: Fix Solaris 11.4 due to missing ZFS ARC kstats
(thanks to @senjan)
* Code hardening, speedups, fd and memory leak fixes
(thanks to Christian Göttsche and Benny Baumann)
* Number CPUs from zero by default
(thanks to Zev Weiss)
* Remove residual python checks during the build process
(thanks to Stephen Gregoratto)


cheers.

--
Nathan


Release candidate tagged for 3.0.3

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

We've tagged a release candidate for the upcoming htop-3.0.3 release.
Please try it out, send bug reports, pull requests ... we'll likely
release this by the end of this upcoming weekend, or early next week.

cheers.

--
Nathan


htop-3.0.2 bug-fix release

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

https://htop.dev/downloads.html

What's new in version 3.0.2

* BUGFIX: Drop 'vim_mode' - several issues, needs rethink
* BUGFIX: fix regression in -u optional-argument handling
* Build system rework to remove python, header generation
(thanks to Zev Weiss and Hugo Musso Gualandi)
* BUGFIX: report nice level correctly on Solaris
(thanks to Dominik Hassler)
* CI, code quality improvements
(thanks to Tobias Kortkamp, Christian Hesse, Benny Baumann)

cheers.

--
Nathan


htop-3.0.1 bugfix release

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

We've released htop-3.0.1, you can find it here:

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop
https://bintray.com/htop/source/htop

What's new in version 3.0.1

* Coverity fixes, CI improvements, documentation updates
* BUGFIX: Fix early exit with longer sysfs battery paths
* BUGFIX: Improve OOM output, fix sorting
(thanks to Christian Göttsche)
* Rework check buttons and tree open/closed
(thanks to Bert Wesarg)
* Add -U/--no-unicode option to disable unicode
(thanks to Christian Hesse)
* Improvements to the affinity panel
(thanks to Bert Wesarg)

cheers.

--
Nathan


htop-3.0.0 released

Nathan Scott
 

Hi all,

We've just released htop-3.0.0 with over two years worth of bug fixes
and features. Enjoy!

https://github.com/htop-dev/htop/releases

What's new in version 3.0.0

* New maintainers - after a prolonged period of inactivity
from Hisham, the creator and original maintainer, a team
of community maintainers have volunteered to take over
a fork at https://htop.dev and https://github.com/htop-dev
to keep the project going.

* Support ZFS ARC statistics
(thanks to Ross Williams)
* Support more than 2 smaller CPU meter columns
(thanks to Christoph Budziszewski)
* Support Linux proportional set size metrics
(thanks to @linvinus, @ntninja and @himikof)
* Support Linux pressure stall information metrics
(thanks to Ran Benita)
* New display option to show CPU frequency in CPU meters
(thanks to Arnav Singh)
* Update Linux sysfs battery discovery for recent kernels
(thanks to @smattie)
* Add hardware topology information in the affinity panel
(thanks to Bert Wesarg)
* Add timestamp reporting to the strace screen
(thanks to Mario Harjac)
* Add simple, optional vim key mapping mode
(thanks to Daniel Flanagan)
* Added an option to disable the mouse
(thanks to MartinJM)
* Add Solaris11 compatibility
(thanks to Jan Senolt)
* Without an argument -u uses $USER value automatically
(thanks to @solanav)
* Support less(1) search navigation shortcuts
(thanks to @syrrim)
* Update the FreeBSD maximum PID to match FreeBSD change
(thanks to @multiplexd)
* Report values larger than 100 terabytes
(thanks to @adrien1018)
* Widen ST_UID (UID) column to allow for UIDs > 9999
(thanks to DLange)
* BUGFIX: fix makefiles for building with clang
(thanks to Jorge Pereira)
* BUGFIX: fix <sys/sysmacros.h> major() usage
(thanks to @wataash and Kang-Che Sung)
* BUGFIX: fix the STARTTIME column on FreeBSD
(thanks to Rob Crowston)
* BUGFIX: truncate overwide jail names on FreeBSD
(thanks to Rob Crowston)
* BUGFIX: fix reported memory values on FreeBSD
(thanks to Tobias Kortkamp)
* BUGFIX: fix reported CPU meter values on OpenBSD
(thanks to @motet-a)
* BUGFIX: correctly identify other types of zombie process
(thanks to @joder)
* BUGFIX: improve follow-process handling in some situations
(thanks to @wangqr)
* BUGFIX: fix custom meters reverting to unexpected setting
(thanks to @wangqr)
* BUGFIX: close pipe after running lsof(1)
(thanks to Jesin)
* BUGFIX: meters honour setting of counting CPUs from 0/1
(thanks to @rnsanchez)

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