A system resources guard for GNU/Linux.
Sysfence is a GNU/Linux resource monitoring tool. It checks resource levels (load average, memory, swap, etc.) and performs an action if specified thresholds have been exceeded. It can be used for alerting admins, dumping system stats, or just killing processes.
released on 30 April 2006
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|License:GPLv2orlater||Ted Teah||1 May 2006|
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