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       landscape-sysinfo - Display a summary of the current system status


       landscape-sysinfo [options]


       landscape-sysinfo  is  a  utility  that  displays information about the
       computer it is run on. This information is  displayed  upon  login  for
       console  users  (ssh and terminal login supported) and can also be seen
       at anytime by just calling landscape-sysinfo from the command line.

       The output of  landscape-sysinfo  can  be  controlled  by  enabling  or
       disabling its plugins. See below how to do that.

       If the system load is higher than the number of cores, as determined by
       the count of processor lines in /proc/cpuinfo,  then  landscape-sysinfo
       will  not  run  at  login  time. This is to prevent it from potentially
       making a bad situation worse by  interfering  with  what  could  be  an
       administrator  logging  in  to  try to fix the problem causing the high


              show program's version number and exit

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -c FILE, --config=FILE
              Use config from this file (any  command  line  options  override
              settings from the file) (default: '/etc/landscape/client.conf').

       -d PATH, --data-path=PATH
              The    directory    to    store    data   files   in   (default:

              Comma-delimited list of sysinfo plugins to use.  Default  is  to
              use all plugins.

              Comma-delimited list of sysinfo plugins to NOT use.  This always
              take precedence over plugins to include.


       Any  of  the  long  command-line options can be used as a configuration
       directive in that configuration file, under the section  [sysinfo],  by
       replacing the hyphen (-) with an underscore (_).

       For  example,  to  disable  the  LandscapeLink  and Temperature plugins
       without having to use the command line option,  the  following  can  be
       added to /etc/landscape/client.conf:

           exclude_sysinfo_plugins = Temperature, LandscapeLink


       This is the default configuration with all plugins enabled:

           $ landscape-sysinfo
             System load:    0.66               Processes:             242
             Usage of /home: 72.0% of 27.50GB   Users logged in:       1
             Memory usage:   31%                IP address for wlan0:
             Swap usage:     0%                 IP address for virbr0:
             Temperature:    47 C

             => There is 1 zombie process.

             Graph this data and manage this system at

       If you want to disable the temperature and Landscape plugins, you could
       run it like this:

           $ landscape-sysinfo --exclude-sysinfo-plugins=Temperature,LandscapeLink
             System load:    1.08               Processes:             242
             Usage of /home: 72.0% of 27.50GB   Users logged in:       1
             Memory usage:   31%                IP address for wlan0:
             Swap usage:     0%                 IP address for virbr0:

             => There is 1 zombie process.


              Configuration file

              Log file for when the tool  is  run  as  root.  This  file  will
              usually be empty, unless something wrong happened. In that case,
              it will have more information about the problem.  When a regular
              non-root    user    runs    the    tool,   the   log   file   is


       landscape-client(1) update-motd(5)

                                 17 June 2013             landscape-sysinfo(1)

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