How to assemble a multi plattform distribution of psutil?

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The AWS Glue job successfully installed the psutil Python module using a wheel file from Amazon S3,,The logs show that the AWS Glue job successfully installed all the Python modules and its dependencies from the Amazon S3 PyPI repository using Amazon S3 static web hosting

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_psutil.js/ psutil==5.7.2 scikit-learn==0.. . .
psutil == 5.7 .2
scikit - learn == 0.23 .0
scikit - learn == 0.23 .1
scikit - learn == 0.23 .2
geopy == 2.0 .0
Shapely == 1.7 .1
googleads == 25.0 .0
nltk == 3.5
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Cross-platform lib for process and system monitoring in Python,, System :: Monitoring , System :: Networking :: Monitoring ,Download the file for your platform

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_psutil.js/ >>> import psutil >>> >>> psut. . .
>>>
import psutil
   >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_times()
scputimes(user = 3961.46, nice = 169.729, system = 2150.659, idle = 16900.540, iowait = 629.59, irq = 0.0, softirq = 19.42, steal = 0.0, guest = 0, nice = 0.0) >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_percent(interval = 1)
   ...
   4.0
5.9
3.8
   >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_percent(interval = 1, percpu = True)
   ...[4.0, 6.9, 3.7, 9.2]
   [7.0, 8.5, 2.4, 2.1]
   [1.2, 9.0, 9.9, 7.2] >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_times_percent(interval = 1, percpu = False)
   ...
   scputimes(user = 1.5, nice = 0.0, system = 0.5, idle = 96.5, iowait = 1.5, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0)
scputimes(user = 1.0, nice = 0.0, system = 0.0, idle = 99.0, iowait = 0.0, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0)
scputimes(user = 2.0, nice = 0.0, system = 0.0, idle = 98.0, iowait = 0.0, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_count()
4
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_count(logical = False)
2
   >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_stats()
scpustats(ctx_switches = 20455687, interrupts = 6598984, soft_interrupts = 2134212, syscalls = 0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_freq()
scpufreq(current = 931.42925, min = 800.0, max = 3500.0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.getloadavg() # also on Windows(emulated)
   (3.14, 3.89, 4.67)
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The psutil package may require Python headers to be installed on your system, On Debian-based distributions, these are available in the python3-dev package

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_psutil.js/ pip install fiftyone . . .
pip install fiftyone
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Index Documents Description Features Themes Support and funding Prerequisites (Read this if you are having issues!) Dependencies Screenshots Installat,https://github,com/giampaolo/psutil/pull/1192 added the ability for psutil

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_psutil.js/ >>> import psutil >>> >>> psut. . .
>>>
import psutil
   >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_times()
scputimes(user = 3961.46, nice = 169.729, system = 2150.659, idle = 16900.540, iowait = 629.59, irq = 0.0, softirq = 19.42, steal = 0.0, guest = 0, nice = 0.0) >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_percent(interval = 1)
   ...
   4.0
5.9
3.8
   >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_percent(interval = 1, percpu = True)
   ...[4.0, 6.9, 3.7, 9.2]
   [7.0, 8.5, 2.4, 2.1]
   [1.2, 9.0, 9.9, 7.2] >>>
   >>>
   for x in range(3):
   ...psutil.cpu_times_percent(interval = 1, percpu = False)
   ...
   scputimes(user = 1.5, nice = 0.0, system = 0.5, idle = 96.5, iowait = 1.5, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0)
scputimes(user = 1.0, nice = 0.0, system = 0.0, idle = 99.0, iowait = 0.0, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0)
scputimes(user = 2.0, nice = 0.0, system = 0.0, idle = 98.0, iowait = 0.0, irq = 0.0, softirq = 0.0, steal = 0.0, guest = 0.0, guest_nice = 0.0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_count()
4
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_count(logical = False)
2
   >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_stats()
scpustats(ctx_switches = 20455687, interrupts = 6598984, soft_interrupts = 2134212, syscalls = 0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.cpu_freq()
scpufreq(current = 931.42925, min = 800.0, max = 3500.0) >>>
   >>>
   psutil.getloadavg() # also on Windows(emulated)
   (3.14, 3.89, 4.67)
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For other platforms see more detailed install instructions,,The psutil documentation you’re reading is distributed as a single HTML page

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_psutil.js/ pip install psutil . . .
pip install psutil
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Installing cx_Oracle for Platform Python,Installing Python on Oracle Linux 8 via AppStream Modules ,About Python on Oracle Linux,Installing Python 3 from Oracle Linux Latest Repo

Example_snippet/controller/utility/_model.js/ rh-python<version>-python-cx_O. . .
rh-python<version>-python-cx_Oracle