man slurm Command

Man page for apt-get slurm Command

Man Page for slurm in Linux

Ubuntu Man Command : man slurm

Man Slurm  Command

This tutorial shows the man page for man slurm in linux.

Open terminal with 'su' access and type the command as shown below:
man slurm

Result of the Command Execution shown below:

slurm(1)                                                              slurm(1)

slurm(1) BSD General Commands Manual slurm(1)

slurm yet another network load monitor

slurm [ hHz] [ csl] [ d delay] i interface

slurm is a generic network load monitor which shows device statistics
together with a nice ascii graph. Three different types of graphs are

h Print usage information and quit.

H add hostname to title

c start slurm with classic/combined graph

s start slurm in split graph mode

l start slurm in large split graph mode

z virtually zero traffic counters instead of showing values stored
in kernel

d delay
delay between screen updates in milliseconds (1000 = once per

i interface
select interface to monitor (required)

slurm supports several different keys for interaction:

c switch to classic mode

s switch to split graph mode

l switch to large graph mode

L enable TX/RX led

m switch between classic, split and large view

z zero counters

r redraw screen

q quit slurm

Several features of slurm are not supported on certain platforms, i.e.
Interface speed detection is only supported on *BSD. Please check the
source code documentation to see if your bug is really a bug. Please
report bugs to

Hendrik Scholz

February 23, 2003

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