In the “Networking → List monthly traffic” menu, we can check the monthly overviews of transferred data.
Under default settings, transfers for all VPS for the current month are displayed.
Using a filter form, it is possible to only display transfers from the past, choose a specific VPS, node, location, etc.
vpsAdmin measures transferred data every 10 seconds and uses that data to calculate the average for one second. You can display it either in the “Networking → Live monitor” menu or using vpsfreectl.
vpsfreectl contains the
network top command, which runs a
TUI application similar to iftop
$ vpsfreectl network top --help ... -L, --list-parameters List output parameters -o, --output PARAMETERS Parameters to display, separated by a comma ... Command options: --unit UNIT Select data unit (bytes or bits) --limit LIMIT Number of IP addresses to monitor --user ID Filter network interfaces by user --environment ID Filter network interfaces by environment --location ID Filter network interfaces by location --node ID Filter network interfaces by node --vps ID Filter network interfaces by vps --network-interface ID Filter network interfaces by network_interface -h, --help Show this message
The program can be controlled using the arrow keys The left and right arrow keys change the column according to which
the addresses are ordered. The up and down arrow keys then reverse the order, i.e.
whether it’s ascending or descending. The program is terminated using the
Options other than
-L have to be separated from vpsfreectl arguments using two
--. You can use the
--unit option to choose whether the
program will display transfers in bytes per second or bits per second (default
$ vpsfreectl network top -- --unit bytes $ vpsfreectl network top -- --vps 1234