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  •    Javascript

A rage-y way of killing yo processes. Requires node to be available in your PATH. If you're using a system where the node binary is named nodejs instead, you'll need to symlink it or something.

Bree - Best job scheduler for Node.js and JavaScript with cron, dates, ms, later, and human-friendly support

  •    Javascript

Bree is the best job scheduler for Node.js and JavaScript with cron, dates, ms, later, and human-friendly support. It uses worker threads (Node.js) and web workers (browsers) to spawn sandboxed processes, and supports async/await, retries, throttling, concurrency, and cancelable jobs with graceful shutdown.

sympact - 🔥 Simple stupid CPU/MEM "Profiler" for your JS code.

  •    Javascript

🔥 An easy way to calculate the 'impact' of running a task in Node.JS Coded with ❤️ by Simone Primarosa. Sympact runs a script and profiles its execution time, CPU usage, and memory usage. Sympact then returns an execution report containing the averages of the results.




node-worker-nodes - A node

  •    Javascript

A library to run cpu-intensive tasks without blocking the event loop.

process - An async process dispatcher for Amp.

  •    PHP

This package can be installed as a Composer dependency.amphp/process follows the semver semantic versioning specification like all other amphp packages.

taskkill - Wrapper for the Windows `taskkill` command. Ends one or more tasks or processes.

  •    Javascript

Wrapper for the Windows taskkill command. Ends one or more tasks or processes.See the taskkill docs for more.

tasklist - Wrapper for the Windows `tasklist` command

  •    Javascript

Wrapper for the Windows tasklist command. Returns a list of apps and services with their Process ID (PID) for all tasks running on either a local or a remote computer.Cleans up and normalizes the data.


ps-list - Get running processes

  •    Javascript

Works on macOS, Linux, and Windows.The cpu percentage is not supported on Windows.

RunProcess - Replacement for System.Diagnostics.Process

  •    CSharp

Allows run-time reading from std error and output, and writing to std input.

clutch - Makes your Node.js server run as a cluster of processes, without the mess

  •    Javascript

Turn your single process node.js web server into a cluster of multiple processes ('workers'). This allows the server to run on multiple CPUs, and adds an extra layer of redundancy to improve reliability. When clustering, your app becomes a 'master' process which can spawn any number of worker processes. Incoming connections to the listen port are then efficiently load-balanced across these workers by the operating system. Since each worker is its own process, a multi-core CPU can run more than one concurrently. As a result, your server is able to process more requests than it could as a single process, as well as making use of previously un-tapped CPU capacity.

multiview - Spawn multiple processes and channel their outputs into separate little column views.

  •    Javascript

Spawn multiple processes and channel their outputs into separate little column views. The CLI tool can spawn multiple processes and will separate their outputs into columns. Just execute the cli command multiview and place each sub-command into its own square brackets [].

node-tree-kill - kill trees of processes

  •    Javascript

Kill all processes in the process tree, including the root process. Run a callback when done killing the processes. Passes an error argument if there was an error.

knowledge - 💡 document everything

  •    HTML

This repository is for useful documents. Please edit them. Think of them like blog posts, but living. This is mainly for my own personal use; however, if an article isn't well written, or isn't correct, or needs to be redone, or could use editing, or could be made better, please add, refer, remix, remake, destroy, or otherwise tramsute it into something else. Preferably in the shape of a PR.

rexpect - Rust port of pexpect

  •    Rust

The goal is to offer a similar set of functionality as pexpect. For more examples, check the examples directory.

current-processes - Node

  •    Javascript

Node.js library to get a snapshot of the currently running processes, OS-agnostic. Needs root/Admin permissions. WMI (specifically wmic) is used to gather the information itself. WMI is fairly slow the first time it's called, it might even take up to 2-3 seconds. Make sure your app will gracefully handle this. Subsequent calls will be much faster.

process - Managing processes with Go

  •    Go

Install Go 1, either from source or with a prepackaged binary.

emacs-bpr

  •    Emacs

This package provides logic for async process execution. bpr is very handy for running tests/builds, but you can run any processes with it.






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