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Swift Monitoring Swift

Swift runs can be monitored for progress and resource usage. There are three basic monitors available: Swing, TUI, and http.

HTTP Monitor

The HTTP monitor will allow for the monitoring of Swift via a web browser. To start the HTTP monitor, run Swift with the -ui http: command line option. For example:

swift -ui http:8000 modis.swift

This will create a server running on port 8000 on the machine where Swift is running.


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