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dbroqua 2 years ago
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#? Config file for bpytop v. 1.0.54
#? Config file for bpytop v. 1.0.61
#* Color theme, looks for a .theme file in "/usr/[local/]share/bpytop/themes" and "~/.config/bpytop/themes", "Default" for builtin default theme.
#* Prefix name by a plus sign (+) for a theme located in user themes folder, i.e. color_theme="+monokai"
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#* If the theme set background should be shown, set to False if you want terminal background transparency
theme_background=True
#* Set bpytop view mode, "full" for everything shown, "proc" for cpu stats and processes, "stat" for cpu, mem, disks and net stats shown.
view_mode=full
#* Sets if 24-bit truecolor should be used, will convert 24-bit colors to 256 color (6x6x6 color cube) if false.
truecolor=True
#* Manually set which boxes to show. Available values are "cpu mem net proc", seperate values with whitespace.
shown_boxes="cpu mem net proc"
#* Update time in milliseconds, increases automatically if set below internal loops processing time, recommended 2000 ms or above for better sample times for graphs.
update_ms=2000
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#* Show process memory as bytes instead of percent
proc_mem_bytes=True
#* Sets the CPU stat shown in upper half of the CPU graph, "total" is always available, see:
#* https://psutil.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#psutil.cpu_times for attributes available on specific platforms.
#* Select from a list of detected attributes from the options menu
cpu_graph_upper="total"
#* Sets the CPU stat shown in lower half of the CPU graph, "total" is always available, see:
#* https://psutil.readthedocs.io/en/latest/#psutil.cpu_times for attributes available on specific platforms.
#* Select from a list of detected attributes from the options menu
cpu_graph_lower="total"
#* Toggles if the lower CPU graph should be inverted.
cpu_invert_lower=True
#* Set to True to completely disable the lower CPU graph.
cpu_single_graph=False
#* Shows the system uptime in the CPU box.
show_uptime=True
#* Check cpu temperature, needs "osx-cpu-temp" on MacOS X.
check_temp=True
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#* If mem box should be split to also show disks info.
show_disks=True
#* Filter out non physical disks. Set this to False to include network disks, RAM disks and similar.
only_physical=True
#* Read disks list from /etc/fstab. This also disables only_physical.
use_fstab=False
#* Toggles if io stats should be shown in regular disk usage view
show_io_stat=True
#* Toggles io mode for disks, showing only big graphs for disk read/write speeds.
io_mode=False
#* Set to True to show combined read/write io graphs in io mode.
io_graph_combined=False
#* Set the top speed for the io graphs in MiB/s (10 by default), use format "device:speed" seperate disks with a comma ",".
#* Example: "/dev/sda:100, /dev/sdb:20"
io_graph_speeds=""
#* Set fixed values for network graphs, default "10M" = 10 Mibibytes, possible units "K", "M", "G", append with "bit" for bits instead of bytes, i.e "100mbit"
net_download="10M"
net_upload="10M"
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#* If the network graphs color gradient should scale to bandwith usage or auto scale, bandwith usage is based on "net_download" and "net_upload" values
net_color_fixed=False
#* Starts with the Network Interface specified here.
net_iface=""
#* Show battery stats in top right if battery is present
show_battery=False

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