A static photo doesn’t give you the full effect. Those arcs shift from right to left like a traditional graph display.
It’s also smart enough to mesh colors if they overlap, and one thing that’s really nice is the time stamp along the bottom, that corresponds to the system time.
So not only do you know which arc represents which meter, but you can pinpoint an exact time when the load changed, or where it fell off.
And the graph scales vertically too, so peaks cause the entire display to shift down, or fall away when they move off screen.
Very nice, I like this one a lot. Thanks, Litho. 🙂
P.S.: Oddly enough, I found this one in Debian Squeeze, but not in Arch/AUR. Anyone want to adopt a very easy and very low-maintenance PKGBUILD? 😐
P.P.S: A new update as of yesterday?! How timely!