Synchronet v3.19b-Win32 (install) has been released (Jan-2022).

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monitor:index [2018/10/14 20:51]
digital man Moved the socket and thread monitoring examples (for *nix) here
monitor:index [2020/01/03 17:03]
digital man [Threads] Added htop example
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 ==== Threads ==== ==== Threads ====
 +=== Using Top ===
   $ top -o -COMMAND -H -p "​$(pgrep sbbs)"   $ top -o -COMMAND -H -p "​$(pgrep sbbs)"
 +  ​
 +=== Using htop ===
 +  $ htop -p "​$(pgrep sbbs)"
 +To include the Synchronet thread names in the ''​htop''​ output, make sure the "Show custom thread names" Setup option is enabled:
 +Setup            Display options
 +Meters ​          [x] Tree view
 +Display options ​ [ ] Shadow other users' processes
 +Colors ​          [x] Hide kernel threads
 +Columns ​         [x] Hide userland threads
 +                 [ ] Display threads in a different color
 +                 [x] Show custom thread names
 +                 [ ] Highlight program "​basename"​
 +                 [x] Highlight large numbers in memory counters
 +                 [x] Leave a margin around header
 +                 [ ] Detailed CPU time (System/​IO-Wait/​Hard-IRQ/​Soft-IRQ/​Steal/​Guest)
 +                 [ ] Count CPUs from 0 instead of 1
 +                 [x] Update process names on every refresh
 +===== Windows ===== 
 +On Windows, you can monitor Synchronet'​s TCP/IP socket and thread utilization using the [[wp>​Task Manager (Windows)]] and utilities like [[https://​​en-us/​sysinternals/​downloads/​process-explorer|Process Explorer]], [[https://​​en-us/​sysinternals/​downloads/​pslist|pslist]] and [[https://​​en-us/​sysinternals/​downloads/​tcpview|TCPView]].
 +Windows comes with a version of ''​netstat''​ as well.
 ===== See Also ===== ===== See Also =====

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