sinfo is available in AUR, but it's broken and won't build. Luckily it's very easy to build it yourself.
(see here for debian and here for centos)
mkdir ~/tmp cd ~/tmp sudo pacman -S wget base-devel boost asio wget http://www.ant.uni-bremen.de/whomes/rinas/sinfo/download/sinfo-0.0.47.tar.gz tar xvf sinfo-0.0.47.tar.gz cd sinfo-0.0.47/ sed -i 's/\-mt//g' sinfo/Makefile.* sed -i 's/\-mt//g' sinfod/Makefile.* ./configure make sudo make install
Not sure about a suitable systemd script (I'll update somewhere down the line). To start sinfod manually do
sudo sinfod --quiet
if you have multiple ifaces you can set the --bcastaddress.
To start sinfo itself, well, run sinfo
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