I got two warnings in Automatic Bug Reporting Tool as followsGnome-system-monitor-crashgnome-system-monitor-2.28.0-7.e16Reasonprocess/usr/bin/gnome-system-... [by sangeeta]
on 07/01/2012 – Made popular on 07/01/2012
I'm using the command "top" to see how much memory the system is using (ram). Now, when I go to the desktop and run the system monitor tool that comes by default with the OS, it shows lot less memory usage then "top".
Top shows I'm using 1.7GB memory while the system monitor tool shows I'm using 560MB...
Sorry if this has already been covered...couldn't find a similar problem in the forum.
My primary linux/ubuntu partition shows up twice (both instances display similarly) under the file system tab of gnome-system-monitor. Not sure if this has something to do with my fstab file (output below). I've also attached a gnome-system-monitor screenshot.
Is it possible to retrieve the "Total received" or "Total sent" numbers from the gnome-system-monitor from command line? Or are there other tools/packages that can record and output the total data usage?
The motivation is that I want to monitor my bandwidth usage every hour or so.