nbtop - IPython Notebook server monitor inspired by htop

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IPython Notebook server monitor inspired by htop. nbtop uses the kernel ids of running notebooks (queried from /api/sessions) and matches them to running processes on the server. If nbtop is pointed at a remote notebook server the memory and cpu percentage will be displayed as -99.

https://github.com/iiSeymour/nbtop

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