Memory and CPU usage addon

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  • 2. January 2016 at 16:12 #17530

    Hi you all and happy New Year to you and your families.

    I’m new to Max2Play. I have a Raspberry Pi B for more than a year but I’m more a Windows person than Linux one. Finding Mas2Play was a nice thing.

    I find that some functions are “missing” (compared to the “bare” distro). It would be nice to see the CPU and memory usage. this information may explain wen things are not playing smoothly.

    I’ll start another thread for other “missing” stuff ­čśë

    • This topic was modified 11 months, 1 week ago by  Robert.
    14. January 2016 at 15:02 #17848

    Hi Robert,
    You can see the filesystem, memory usage, workload, kernel, etc. in the Settings/Reboot menu on the bottom under Debug Info. CPU and RAM are not really ever challenged to their fullest with our Max2Play plugins and are thus not really necessary to observe the device’s situation.

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