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Process Tree Nerdpack


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Process Tree

Description

Process Tree is a simple process viewer inspired by Unix’s pstree command. It is a fork of New Relic’s Top nerdpack that displays the process list as a tree, rather than a table.

Process Tree allows you to easily see the processes running on a host, and to inspect the CPU, I/O and memory used by a selected process.

Usage

Select a host to see a hierarchical list of the processes running on that host. Select a process to view the CPU, I/O and memory usage of that process.

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Open Source License

This project is distributed under the Apache 2 license.

Dependencies

Requires New Relic Infrastructure.

Getting started

First, ensure that you have Git and NPM installed. If you’re unsure whether you have one or both of them installed, run the following command(s) (If you have them installed these commands will return a version number, if not, the commands won’t be recognized):

git --version
npm -v

Next, use the following commands to clone and run this repository:

nr1 nerdpack:clone -r https://github.com/philweber/nr1-process-tree.git
cd nr1-process-tree
nr1 nerdpack:serve

Visit https://one.newrelic.com/?nerdpacks=local, select a host, then select the Process Tree option.

Deploying this Nerdpack

Open a command prompt in the nerdpack’s directory and run the following commands.

# To create a new uuid for the nerdpack so that you can deploy it to your account:
# nr1 nerdpack:uuid -g [--profile=your_profile_name]

# To see a list of APIkeys / profiles available in your development environment:
# nr1 credentials:list

nr1 nerdpack:publish [--profile=your_profile_name]
nr1 nerdpack:deploy [-c [DEV|BETA|STABLE]] [--profile=your_profile_name]
nr1 nerdpack:subscribe [-c [DEV|BETA|STABLE]] [--profile=your_profile_name]

Visit https://one.newrelic.com, select a host, then select the Process Tree option.


The full Process Tree Nerdpack Github repo is available here.