Whilst playing with mandriva 2010 I noticed the network manager has a mobile usage monitor (ie. hourly, daily, monthly and yearly use). does anything like this exist for suse 11.2
on 12/12/2009 – Made popular on 12/12/2009
After made a fresh Mandriva 2010 installation on my desktop computer. Next step is to connect to the network to gain access to internet and other network resources on my office. This tutorial will guide you how to configure the network connections on Mandriva 2010.
I have looked in previous mobile broadband threads but have been unable to find one that deals with my specific problem. Others have at least managed to get #! to talk to the dongle even if the connection fails. I am trying to get my Orange mobile broadband to work with #! 08.10.01. I added Orange (pay monthly) from the dropdown box in network manager/edit connections.
I use vnstat to monitor internet data usage over wlan interface but since I also stream videos from my file server...the results are inaccurate. Is there any way to seperate data downloaded from internet from data streamed from file server in vnstat? or any program that will let me monitor monthly internet usage only (ignoring the data usage produced by the streaming)?
Is there a good tool to monitor my VPS? I'd like to see CPU and RAM usage with daily and hourly charts. I wonder, is there a command that I can run in linux that will show such information instead of installing a monitoring software? I read about Cacti but I don't want to add more stuff that will consume my resources know what i mean?
I am using My Data Manager on my LG Optimus F6 with MetroPCS (T-Mobile MVNO). T-Mobile has announced that any data used by the OOKLA Speedtest.net app will not be counted as data usage against any data plans.
I can't find anywhere in My Data Manager to EXCLUDE the OOKLA Speedtest.net app from counting against the monthly total of mobile data used?
I'm on Vodafone in the UK with a 500mb/month data package. I've had the Desire for 18 months now, and although I've been happy with it, recently the data usage on mobile (3g etc) has been going through the roof.
After doing a bit of research it appeared to be a bug with the OS when WiFi and mobile data were enabled simultaneously.
You know that we can use the command top to monitor the real-time CPU usage and toggle the result display to the per-processor view by pressing key '1'. The disadvantage of it is you can only monitor either the whole CPU usage or each processor usage. That is, you can't see them simultaneously. Does anyone know this?