BSD::Sysctl - Manipulate kernel sysctl variables on BSD-like systems River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

"BSD::Sysctl" offers a native Perl interface for fetching sysctl values that describe the kernel state of BSD-like operating systems. This is around 80 times faster than scraping the output of the sysctl(8) program. This module handles the conversion...

DLAND/BSD-Sysctl-0.11 - 21 Jan 2014 23:16:27 UTC

BSD::Process - Information about running processes on BSD platforms River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

"BSD::Process" creates Perl objects that render the information the BSD kernel maintains about current processes. These may then be queried, extracted and reported upon. This allows a more natural style of programming (as opposed to scraping the outp...

DLAND/BSD-Process-0.07 - 22 Jun 2013 17:36:58 UTC

BSD::Resource - BSD process resource limit and priority functions River stage two • 16 direct dependents • 37 total dependents

getrusage ($usertime, $systemtime, $maxrss, $ixrss, $idrss, $isrss, $minflt, $majflt, $nswap, $inblock, $oublock, $msgsnd, $msgrcv, $nsignals, $nvcsw, $nivcsw) = getrusage($ru_who); $rusage = getrusage($ru_who); # $ru_who argument is optional; it def...

JHI/BSD-Resource-1.2911 - 09 Apr 2017 23:51:05 UTC

BSD::getloadavg - Perl Interface to getloadavg (3) River stage one • 1 direct dependent • 1 total dependent

This module allows you to access load average without invoking uptime(1). Instead of my @loadavg = (qx(uptime) =~ /([\.\d]+)\s+([\.\d]+)\s+([\.\d]+)/); You can simply use BSD::getloadavg; my @loadavg = getloadavg();...

DANKOGAI/BSD-getloadavg-0.03 - 18 Apr 2007 19:40:06 UTC

Sys::Info::Driver::BSD - BSD driver for Sys::Info River stage zero No dependents

This document describes version 0.7801 of "Sys::Info::Driver::BSD" released on "12 September 2011". This is the main module in the "BSD" driver collection....

BURAK/Sys-Info-Driver-BSD-0.7801 - 12 Sep 2011 01:29:03 UTC
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