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Ethereum Network Stats "Classic"

Eth-Netstats "Classic" is a visual interface for tracking ethereum network status. It uses WebSockets to receive stats from running nodes and output them through an Angular interface. It is the front-end implementation for eth-net-intelligence-api.

Other implementations of Eth-Netstats can be found at:

Screenshot

Prerequisite

  • node
  • npm

Installation

Make sure you have node.js and npm installed.

Clone the repository and install the dependencies

git clone https://github.com/ethereum/eth-netstats
cd eth-netstats
npm install
sudo npm install -g grunt-cli

Build the resources

NetStats features two versions: the full version and the lite version. In order to build the static files you have to run grunt tasks which will generate dist or dist-lite directories containing the js and css files, fonts and images.

To build the full version run

grunt

To build the lite version run

grunt lite

If you want to build both versions run

grunt all

Run

npm start

see the interface at http://localhost:3000

In order to receive stats from running nodes the web socket password needs to be provided

WS_SECRET=<secret> npm start

where <secret> is the value specified in the app.json file in the eth-net-intelligence-api directory. Running these tools concurrently with an etherium node will display the node on the eth-netstats interface.

Receiving Stats From an Ethereum Node

Follow the instructions for installing and running The Ethereum Network Intelligence API. Make sure to edit the app.json file with the appropriate information. In particular:

  • Confirm the correct configuration for the RPC_PORT and CONFIGURATION_PORT. The defaults are "8545" and "30303" respectively.
  • INSTANCE_NAME is the name your Ethereum node appears as in the front end.
  • WS_SERVER is the IP address and port (3000 is default).
  • As mentioned earlier WS_SECRET needs to match the environmental variable provided when running npm start.

The Ethereum Network Intelligence API should be run concurrently with the Ethereum client of your choice. More information on running Ethereum node can be found here.

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