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Mar
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comment Which is the most precise command to get processes and system information?
thank you all for answering. Naming performances and top,ps commands I thought was enough to understand what kind of information I need. Anyway, I need cpu and ram usage of some process and total ram and total cpu usage. My question aim to undestand if those commands are enough to get these information and, most of all, if they are the right tools. I will post an example about the differences of top and top -b.
Mar
14
asked Which is the most precise command to get processes and system information?
Sep
27
comment Network block after restart
these rows are present in the dmesg log after I restart the network: [ 281.744386] net eth0: initializing cpsw version 1.12 (0) [ 281.752983] net eth0: phy found : id is : 0x7c0f1 [ 281.758368] libphy: PHY 4a101000.mdio:01 not found [ 281.763418] net eth0: phy 4a101000.mdio:01 not found on slave 1 [ 281.773447] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_UP): eth0: link is not ready [ 283.757651] libphy: 4a101000.mdio:00 - Link is Up - 100/Full [ 283.764302] IPv6: ADDRCONF(NETDEV_CHANGE): eth0: link becomes ready
Sep
26
comment Network block after restart
actually, I have another thing to say, when I ping a subnet ip address I get for answer Destination Host Unreachable but when I ping an outsider ip address I got nothing for answer.
Sep
26
comment Network block after restart
The dns configuration remains unvaried after restarting. I tried to ping google.com and ping 192.168.1.65(that is another linux pc) but I cannot reach anything. It seems that the network freezes. I'm actually using wheezy for BeagleBone Black, downloaded from link. Today I tested the new release, 7.0. Also with this new freshed disk image flashed into the SD card I got the freeze of the network after its restart. So, it seems to be something redundant in old and new releases... Any idea about that?
Sep
26
comment Network block after restart
no one has the same problem?
Sep
20
comment Network block after restart
after restarting the network I get exactly the same outputs
Sep
20
comment Network block after restart
interfaces file content added
Sep
20
revised Network block after restart
interfaces file content added
Sep
20
asked Network block after restart
Jul
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Jul
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Jul
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accepted How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
Jul
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comment How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
@derobert it works perfectly, thank you very much!!!
Jun
29
comment How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
@derobert Thank you, I will try that way. I will keep you posted.
Jun
28
comment How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
I'm sorry but how can I know if the interfaces are configured in single user mode?
Jun
28
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Jun
28
comment How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
I have added the network manager conf file
Jun
28
revised How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
network manager conf added
Jun
28
comment How to take down a static network interface when not connected?
it seems that networkManager can handle only non-eth0 interfaces in that way. So if I don't connect the wifi then it rightly doesn't enable the wlan interface. Moreover, the wlan gateway is never added.