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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 load.


              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: '/var/lib/landscape/client/').

              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.

       Available  plugins:   Load,   Disk,   Memory,   Temperature,   Processes,   LoggedInUsers,
       LandscapeLink, Network

       Default plugins: Load, Disk, Memory, Temperature, Processes, LoggedInUsers, Network


       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  Network 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, Network


       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.

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

           $ landscape-sysinfo --exclude-sysinfo-plugins=Temperature,Network

             System load: 0.3               Memory usage: 12%   Processes:       88
             Usage of /:  14.0% of 9.52GB   Swap usage:   0%    Users logged in: 1

             => 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


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                                          07 March 2018                      landscape-sysinfo(1)