Source code for i3pystatus.load

from i3pystatus import IntervalModule
    from os import cpu_count
except ImportError:
    from multiprocessing import cpu_count

[docs]class Load(IntervalModule): """ Shows system load .. rubric:: Available formatters * `{avg1}` — the load average of the last minute * `{avg5}` — the load average of the last five minutes * `{avg15}` — the load average of the last fifteen minutes * `{tasks}` — the number of tasks (e.g. 1/285, which indiciates that one out of 285 total tasks is runnable) """ format = "{avg1} {avg5}" settings = ( "format", ("color", "The text color"), ("critical_limit", "Limit above which the load is considered critical, defaults to amount of cores."), ("critical_color", "The critical color"), ) file = "/proc/loadavg" color = "#ffffff" critical_limit = cpu_count() critical_color = "#ff0000" def run(self): with open(self.file, "r") as f: avg1, avg5, avg15, tasks, lastpid =" ", 5) urgent = float(avg1) > self.critical_limit self.output = { "full_text": self.format.format(avg1=avg1, avg5=avg5, avg15=avg15, tasks=tasks), "urgent": urgent, "color": self.critical_color if urgent else self.color, }