This project turns the Raspberry Pi Pico into a USB I/O Board.
It implements the USB protocol used by the dln2 Linux drivers and in addition it supports 2 CDC UARTS.
A port of the original iotop to C with additional features. Acts like top but for disk I/O. Good for keeping an eye on what's bogging your disk array down.
You can add a capability so that you don't need to be root to run it:
sudo setcap 'cap_net_admin+eip' /path/to/iotop
Here's my command line:
iotop -o -2 -6 -8
- -o - Only show processes that are currently doing I/O.
- -2 - Don't show the PRIO column, because I don't care about that.
- -6 - Don't show the SWAPIN column, because I don't care about that.
- -8 - Don't show the graph, because I want to see more of the command on the line.
In the AUR as iotop-c.
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