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A compilation of functions of the `psutil` module.
# Askpython.com, JournalDev.
# G V Datta Adithya
# Importing the module before utilization
import psutil
# Retrieving information regarding the CPU
## Returns the system CPU times as a named tuple
print(psutil.cpu_times())
## Returns the system-wide CPU utilization as a percentage
print(psutil.cpu_percent())
## Returns the number of logical CPUs in the system
print(psutil.cpu_count())
## Returns the various CPU statistics as a tuple
print(psutil.cpu_stats())
## Returns the CPU frequency as a nameduple
print(psutil.cpu_freq())
# Retrieving information regarding the Memory
## Returns statistics about system memory usage as a named tuple
print(psutil.virtual_memory())
## Returns system swap memory statistics as a named tuple
print(psutil.swap_memory())
# Retrieving information regarding the Disks
## Returns all mounted disk partitions as a list of named tuples
print(psutil.disk_partitions())
## Returns disk usage statistics about the partition
print(psutil.disk_usage('/'))
## Returns system wide disk I/O statistics as a named tuple
print(psutil.disk_io_counters())
# Retrieving information regarding the Network
## Returns System wide network I/O statistics as a named tuple
print(psutil.net_io_counters())
## Returns system wide socket connections as a list of named tuples
print(psutil.net_connections())
## Returns addresses associated to each network interface card
print(psutil.net_if_addrs())
## Returns information regarding each network interface card
print(psutil.net_if_stats())
# Retrieving information regarding the Sensors
## Returns battery status information as a named tuple
print(psutil.sensors_battery())
# Retrieving information regarding Other System information
## Returns the system boot time
print(psutil.boot_time())
## Return users currently connected on the system
print(psutil.users())
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