RFC for Smolt features

Callum Lerwick seg at haxxed.com
Thu Dec 13 05:57:04 UTC 2007

On Wed, 2007-12-12 at 23:05 -0500, Yaakov Nemoy wrote:
> After thinking it over, I've decided that having a Privacy Policy for
> Smolt would be a great experiment as a community process.  The rules
> are pretty simple.  Mike McGrath is a BDFL (That is not a Braised Duck
> avec Foie gras sous Liqueur', as tasty as it might sound.)  Decisions
> tend to get made by the people coding, but we are looking for input to
> see what people want out of Smolt.  This way, we know what kind of
> information gathering is desired, and which kinds are considered too
> invasive.

I was recently wishing Smolt collected more detailed CPU information.
This would basically consist of collecting the flags: line
in /proc/cpuinfo. Personally I'd like to know how many machines have
cmov, sse and sse2. This would mostly be unique to i386, x86_64 is
always going to have them, and PPC doesn't even have a flags: line...

Also, the ram/swap/cpu mhz graphs on the web site are IMHO too coarse to
be very useful.
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