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Visual system load display

Terminal - Visual system load display
while [ true ]; do cat /proc/loadavg | perl -ne 'm/(^[^ ]+)/; $L = $1; print "*" x $L; print " $L\n";' ; sleep 6; done
2017-10-13 06:47:06
User: t3o
Functions: cat perl sleep true
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Visual system load display

It takes the first value of /prov/loadavg to print that many stars followed by the value.

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to have a rounded number of stars change it to be

while [ true ]; do cat /proc/loadavg | perl -ne 'm/(^[^ ]+)/; $L = $1; $s=0.5 + $L; print "*" x $s; print " $L\n";' ; sleep 6; done
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