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Source code changes of the file "README" between
vnstat-2.7.tar.gz and vnstat-2.8.tar.gz

About: vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor (using the /proc filesystem).

README  (vnstat-2.7):README  (vnstat-2.8)
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means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic and also ensures means that vnStat won't actually be sniffing any traffic and also ensures
light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate. light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate.
By default, traffic statistics are stored on a five minute level for the last By default, traffic statistics are stored on a five minute level for the last
48 hours, on a hourly level for the last 4 days, on a daily level for the 48 hours, on a hourly level for the last 4 days, on a daily level for the
last 2 full months and on a yearly level forever. The data retention durations last 2 full months and on a yearly level forever. The data retention durations
are fully user configurable. Total seen traffic and a top days listing is also are fully user configurable. Total seen traffic and a top days listing is also
provided. Optional png image output is available in systems with the gd provided. Optional png image output is available in systems with the gd
library installed. library installed.
Optional png image output is available in systems with the gd library
installed.
See the webpage https://humdi.net/vnstat/ for output examples. See the webpage https://humdi.net/vnstat/ for output examples.
# Getting started # Getting started
vnStat works best when installed. See the INSTALL or INSTALL_BSD file vnStat works best when installed. See the INSTALL or INSTALL_BSD file
depending on used operating system. These files contain all needed depending on used operating system. These files contain all needed
information for the installing process. Instructions for upgrading from information for the installing process. Instructions for upgrading from
a previous version are included in the UPGRADE file. Release notes a previous version are included in the UPGRADE file. Release notes
can be found from the CHANGES file. can be found from the CHANGES file.
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