asMon is a system monitor for Linux systems running afterstep, but should work on other window managers, too.
The second bar is memory usage, taken as a whole, it represent the amount of memory used. The area before the first tick represents shared memory, the area between the two ticks is buffered memory, the area from the second tick to the end of the bar represents cached memory.
The number to the right represents the number of megs currently being used. The third bar represents the amount of swap file used, and the exact number of megs the swap is using. The bottom right is are page/swap LED's taken from wmsysmon. The right is uptime. The original program is based off of Timecop's wmcpu.
What's New in This Release:
· After many years, another release has arrived. This time with Kernel 2.6 support and a bunch of bug fixes.