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Raspberry Pi/Debian: Resource Monitoring Python Script

Few years ago, I’ve created a resource monitoring python script which gathers different data of the RPI or any Debian OS. This is just a simple python script, it gets data for CPU Usage, Memory Usage, Storage Usage, CPU Temperature and Running Time of the Raspberry Pi.

import json
import subprocess
import os, time

data = {};

def getCPU():
  CPU_Pct=(round(float(os.popen('''grep 'cpu ' /proc/stat | awk '{usage=($2+$4)*100/($2+$4+$5)} END {print usage }' ''').readline()),2))

  global data;
  data['CPU_USAGE'] = str(CPU_Pct) + "%"

def display(val):
  return round(float(val),2)


def getRam():
  
  ramTotalGB = round(display(subprocess.check_output("free | awk 'FNR == 2 {print $2/1000000}'", shell=True)))
  Usage = subprocess.check_output("free | awk 'FNR == 2 {print $3/($3+$4)*100}'", shell=True)
  
  
  global data;
  data['MEM_TOTAL'] = str(ramTotalGB) + "GB"
  data['MEM_USAGE'] = str(display(Usage)) + "%"
  data['MEM_FREE'] = str(100 - display(Usage)) + "%"


def getStorage():
  
  storageTotal = subprocess.check_output("df -h --total | awk  '/^total/ {print $2}'", shell=True).rstrip()
  storageUsed = subprocess.check_output("df -h --total | awk  '/^total/ {print $3}'", shell=True).rstrip()
  storageFree = subprocess.check_output("df -h --total | awk  '/^total/ {print $4}'", shell=True).rstrip()
  
  
  global data;
  data['STORAGE_TOTAL'] = str(storageTotal)
  data['STORAGE_FREE'] = str(storageFree)
  data['STORAGE_USAGE'] = str(storageUsed)
  

def getSys():
  runningTime = subprocess.check_output("cat /proc/uptime | awk '{print $1}'", shell=True).rstrip()
  thermal = subprocess.check_output("cat /sys/class/thermal/thermal_zone0/temp", shell=True).rstrip()

  
  global data;
  data['RUNNING_TIME'] = str(round(display(runningTime)/60/60,2))+"Hours"
  data['TEMPERATURE'] = str(round(float(thermal)/1000,2)) +"C"

def isProgramRunning():
  Usage = subprocess.check_output("ps up `cat daemon.pid` >/dev/null && echo 'Running' || echo 'Not running'", shell=True)
  global data;
  data['PROGRAM_CHECK'] = Usage
  #print Usage


if __name__ == "__main__":
  getCPU();
  getRam();
  getStorage();
  getSys();
  #isProgramRunning();

  
  #print data
  print "CPU USAGE:\t" + data['CPU_USAGE'];
  print "MEMORY TOTAL:\t" + data['MEM_TOTAL'];
  print "MEMORY USAGE:\t" + data['MEM_USAGE'];
  print "MEMORY USAGE:\t" + data['MEM_FREE'];
  print "STORAGE TOTAL:\t" + data['STORAGE_TOTAL'];
  print "STORAGE USAGE:\t" + data['STORAGE_USAGE'];
  print "STORAGE FREE:\t" + data['STORAGE_FREE'];
  print "RUNNING TIME:\t" + data['RUNNING_TIME'];
  print "CPU TEMP:\t" + data['TEMPERATURE'];
  

All data has been stored to the variable “data” which is Dictionary. Elements of the data is defined as follows:

  • CPU_USAGE = Shows the current CPU Usage in %
  • MEMORY_TOTAL = Shows the Total Memory in GB.
  • MEMORY_USAGE = Shows the Current Used Memory in %.
  • MEMORY_USAGE = Shows the Current Used Memory in %.
  • STORAGE_TOTAL = Shows the Total Storage of RPI.
  • STORAGE_USAGE = Shows the Used Storage in Gb.
  • STORAGE_FREE = Shows the Free Storage in Gb.
  • RUNNING_TIMEĀ  = Shows the amount of time Raspberry Pi was running.
  • TEMPERATURE = Shows the CPU Temperature of the Raspberry Pi

Kevin San Jose, VCP6-DCV

Kevin San Jose, VCP6-DCV

MTCNA, VCP6-DCV, CSS NCII, EIM NCII

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