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    This is an app aimed at pre users with a limited data plan (as for example O users in germany with the "Internet-M" plan). It helps to keep track how far you are at the traffic limit. Netstat shows traffic summary per interface for the current month.

    The app consists of two parts, a linux daemon running in the background which collects the data and storing it in a database, and the app displaying it.

    A future version will display historical statistics graphs.

    The app and daemon can be installed from Preware, it is in the webos-internals feed.





    Changelog:
    1.0.7:
    - added palm pixi support
    - fixed prerm script bug
    - fixed installation on webOS 1.3.5 (thx to rwhitby)
    - added support for traffix limit alert (wan interface only)

    1.0.6:
    - added history of aggregated data (tap on the interface to view it)
    - bugfix in daemon, it didn't correctly aggregate data

    1.0.5:
    - added preferences screen from where you can set the start day of the accounting cycle, counters will be reset on this day then.
    - added reset counters button to the preferences screen
    - added reload button to the main screen
    - fixed reset counters bug on reboot (now keeping track of resets)

    1.0.4:
    - fixed reload cycle and added delay for error state if daemon seems not to run

    1.0.3:
    - removed reload button, it reloads itself now

    1.0.2:
    - fixed error message if daemon is not running
    - fixed about message, now it mentions the daemon, not the service

    1.0.1
    - removed lib directory (unused at the moment)
    - fixed error message if daemon is not running to renamed daemon
    - fixed copyright msg

    1.0.0:
    - initial commit version

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    Last edited by debilater; 01/03/2010 at 08:07 AM.
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    Nice work, thanks. Testing it out now.
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    I notice that after a reset for battery change, the data resets to zero?
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    OMG Thanks SO much!!
    Last edited by rondera; 12/12/2009 at 06:13 AM.
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    Since a reset to replace a battery its been showing zero for all 3 options
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    Maybe you can add an Reset Button? Or an Option that he reset the stats at a datum? So i can adjust it to my 0 contract
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmdoc2005 View Post
    Since a reset to replace a battery its been showing zero for all 3 options
    Hm sounds bad. Perhaps the daemon lost the db location or something (webOS changes it sometimes). If have linux access, would you mind sending me the contents of the directory /media/internal/.app-storage/file_.var.usr.palm.applications.org.daemon.de.netstat_0/ (there are just numbers, no personal data of any kind)?

    During my tests it survived several reboots...

    Quote Originally Posted by rondera View Post
    Maybe you can add an Reset Button? Or an Option that he reset the stats at a datum? So i can adjust it to my 0 contract
    1.0.5. will have a preferences screen where you can set the start day of the accounting cycle, it will then reset counters on that day instead of the default one (every 1st)
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    Nice app!
    Suggestions:
    - Log with previous months totals
    - Reset button
    - Refresh button

    My stats are all at 0 as well after reboot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DNic View Post
    - Log with previous months totals
    It's in the queue, the data required for this are already there...

    Quote Originally Posted by DNic View Post
    - Reset button
    Good point, will add this.

    Quote Originally Posted by DNic View Post
    - Refresh button
    Well, it reloads itself every 5 minutes, I could add such a button, but it won't reveal anything new once the daemon didn't update (it runs every 5 minutes too).

    Quote Originally Posted by DNic View Post
    My stats are all at 0 as well after reboot.
    I'm digging into it currently
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    ok 1.0.5 is done, reset counter button is there, reload button as well, you can now select the day when to reset counters automatically, the reboot bug has been fixed.
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    Thanks, I was looking for something like this.
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    Where is it? In preware, in webos-internals feed, I can see only obsoletes feed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmisoletano View Post
    Where is it? In preware, in webos-internals feed, I can see only obsoletes feed.
    Preware => Application => System Utilities => Netstat
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    In Preware I only have 286 Available Applications and only 35 in System Utilities. And Netstat doesn't appear in the list of 35 system Utilities.

    Also, Netstat doesn't appear in the list of Precentral Homebrew Apps.
    Last edited by palmisoletano; 12/13/2009 at 01:02 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by palmisoletano View Post
    In Preware I only have 286 Available Applications and only 35 in System Utilities. And Netstat doesn't appear in the list of 35 system Utilities.
    Well, it's in the feed, as you can see here: http://ipkg.preware.org/feeds/webos-...s/all/Packages and some people already installed it trough Preware. You may ask the Preware maintainers why this happens. Maybe you have it already installed? In this case it would not appear either.

    However you could install it manually using WebOS Quick Install, the packages to install are:
    - org.daemon.de.netstatd_1.0.5_all.ipk
    - org.daemon.de.netstat_1.0.5_all.ipk

    (in this order)

    Quote Originally Posted by palmisoletano View Post
    Also, Netstat doesn't appear in the list of Precentral Homebrew Apps.
    The Precentral catalog is independent from the webos-internals package feed. I filed an entry but it's still in their queue.
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    I see both the Daemon and Netstat 1.0.5 in Preware.
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    Thank you, debilater.

    I finally installed it manually, using webos quick install.
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    Thanks too from me. That was one thing I missed to check my O2 contact.

    HaPe
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    This is really great, thanks a lot!
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    When I launched it right after install my Pre hung. Had to remove the battery. Since then it has been fine.

    I was dreaming about doing a real-time bandwidth monitor, like you see from Tomato on a router, but I never made a start. You could look into that. And notifications when certain thresholds are reached.
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