I had previously tested Pylot on various machines and OS's, including: Windows XP, Vista, Cygwin, Ubuntu, Eee PC.
Recently I got news that it also runs on Macs, and the GUI looks pretty damn good:
This is a little script that gets the CPU Utilization metric from a remote Windows machine. On multi-way or multi-core machines, it will return an average of all processors/cores.
To run this, you will first need to install the WMI module. Follow the instructions and get the download from here: http://timgolden.me.uk/python/wmi.html
import wmi def get_cpu(computer, user, password): c = wmi.WMI(find_classes=False, computer=computer, user=user, password=password) utilizations = [cpu.LoadPercentage for cpu in c.Win32_Processor()] utilization = int(sum(utilizations) / len(utilizations)) return utilization
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