OpenDev Migration Patch
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Python library and utilities for monitoring AFS file-systems using OpenAFS tools.
Many of the details are inspired by https://github.com/openafs-contrib/afs-tools
afsmon tool provides
show: produce tabular output of key statistics for a cell, such as threads on file-servers, partition usage, volume usage and quotas.
statsd: report similar results to a statsd host.
Configuration is minimal, see the
The core of
afsmon should suitable for use in other contexts.
fs object now contains a
FileServerStats with all available information for the server, partitions and volumes.