> > > Systat doesn't like it if it has no stdin; adding a " </dev/ttyv9 "
> > > to your commandline should make it behave.
> > adding your suggestion fixes the problem, but i'd like to run it w/o
> > enabling any user keystrokes/input to systat. tried /dev/null and an
> > empty file, obviously w/o success -(
> > any further ideas?
> Dump it to a file and "tail -f" the file in the console?
ok, but if i want this to be up at reboot, i again need some
real stdin i can give to systat, which then will dump/tail.
anyway, systat is (besides of it's behaviour when detached
from a terminal) definitely a glance pendant (not all the
nice functions, but at least the vmstat page gives an idea
of what's goin' on).
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