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README.md

libifstats

This is a simple linux library for providing C level programming access to the /proc/net/dev file. All major Linux distributions use procfs and report system details through various dynamically generated files. This library will read the network stats reported by the kernel for all devices on the system and build a linked list of data structures.

Installation

To install libifstats on your system just clone the git repo, and run the gnu autoreconf program on the project. This will generate the configure scripts. Then you install it like any other program.

git clone git://github.com/jmslocum/ifstats.git
cd ifstats
autoreconf --install
./configure
make
sudo make install
make clean

Installing from a dist tarball is simpler and does not require the libtools suite to be install. you can just unpack the tar.gz file and do the "usual" install.

tar -zxvf ifstats-1.0.0.tar.gz
cd ifstats-1.0.0
./configure
make 
sudo make install
make clean

The library is called libifstats.a, and will be installed to /usr/local/lib. The header file will be installed to /usr/local/include. and the man page will be installed to /usr/share/man/man3.

Documentation

To view the documentation you can run any of the following commands

man ifstats
man getIfStats
man releaseStats

Testing

The library was tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and Fedora 17. It was also run through Valgrind and no memory leaks or errors were reported.

License

This software is avilable under the MIT License.

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