Updated 2018-01-09 21:45:50 by CecilWesterhof

Created by CecilWesterhof.

I want to display my CPU usage. For this I need information (the first line) from /proc/stat. Here a proc that fetches this line, puts it in a easy to use dict, which also has a total added and returns it.
proc getStatCPU {} {
    set infoLst [lrange [getLineAsList /proc/stat] 1 7]
    lassign  ${infoLst} user nice system idle iowait irq softirq
    dict set statCPU user    ${user}
    dict set statCPU nice    ${nice}
    dict set statCPU system  ${system}
    dict set statCPU idle    ${idle}
    dict set statCPU iowait  ${iowait}
    dict set statCPU irq     ${irq}
    dict set statCPU softirq ${softirq}
    dict set statCPU total   [::tcl::mathop::+ {*}${infoLst}]
    return ${statCPU}

For getLineAsList see Get a Certain Line From a File.

I will also post the script.

As always: comments, tips and questions are appreciated.

APN A comment about style - the braces around variable names are not required (and generally frowned upon by long-time Tclers) unless the name has "special characters" such as delimiters. Use $infoLst, $nice etc. instead.

CecilWesterhof When it is frowned upon I maybe should change it. Some bash people also frowned on it, but in bash I always use it, because it is to easy to get into a situation where it is important.

KPV Check out CPU Monitor which visually displays the CPU usage for every core.

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