ps-watcher 1.08-9 source package in Ubuntu


ps-watcher (1.08-9) unstable; urgency=medium

  * [adb45ae] travis-ci: Use xenial image
  * [910f8b9] d/control: Bump Standards-Version to 4.3.0, no changes needed
  * [14f90dd] d/control: Priority extra is deprecated, using optional

 -- Jan Wagner <email address hidden>  Thu, 24 Jan 2019 08:18:46 +0100

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ps-watcher_1.08-9.dsc 1.9 KiB 109402193d68bbef5877c5453adfb6f42b959f885c0cb5d076fff110cd033f17
ps-watcher_1.08.orig.tar.gz 131.7 KiB 2bd9a45123d720468b0c84549e124fddd2553f76838797b0ad1b19202760ca57
ps-watcher_1.08-9.debian.tar.xz 8.7 KiB b71e923d280ebcfc012d13d4cac325c9ba6d44f79c41681acd58a6110649d549

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ps-watcher: monitoring a system via ps-like commands

 This program runs the ps command periodically and triggers commands on matches.
 The match patterns are Perl regular expressions which can refer to the process
 information via variables.
 For example it can be used to ensure that a daemon is running, or is not
 running too many times. It can also be used to determine when a process has
 consumed too many resources, perhaps due to a memory leak.