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Hi, I don't know if it's already been asked, but what do you think to include an indicator for hw usage(ram,bandwith,cpu...)? :)

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Hi, I don't know if it's already been asked, but what do you think to include an indicator for hw usage(ram,bandwith,cpu...)? :)

A hard drive usage gauge would be most helpful. I have a small disk, I'd like to know when I need to start deleting stuff without having to leave emby theater.

 

 

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FWIW - I use monit with its UI counterpart m/monit to monitor my Emby server (the process itself, hard drive space, CPU usage, memory, load averages, etc.) It is relatively easy to set up and is meant for small-scale alerting and monitoring. I have configured it to send alerts when necessary, although I can always login to my m/monit instance to check status. Then again, having a monitor within Emby would preclude having to set any of that up (:

 

In the meantime, check out monit for Linux, *BSD, Mac OS X. For Windows, there has to be similar packages out there.

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FWIW - I use monit with its UI counterpart m/monit to monitor my Emby server (the process itself, hard drive space, CPU usage, memory, load averages, etc.) It is relatively easy to set up and is meant for small-scale alerting and monitoring. I have configured it to send alerts when necessary, although I can always login to my m/monit instance to check status. Then again, having a monitor within Emby would preclude having to set any of that up (:

 

In the meantime, check out monit for Linux, *BSD, Mac OS X. For Windows, there has to be similar packages out there.

Very cool, thanks for this.

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If you are in windows you could check out core temp application.

 

It puts all those stats in the sys tray. I find it very useful

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