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Dump978 stats.json

Hi All

Perhaps an easy question but I couldn’t seem to find a reason why dump978-fa doesn’t have a stats.json file like dump1090-fa does. In this case I’m using the FA piaware 3.7.x install for stretch/buster, not the FA image.

eg:

dump1090-fa install (from /run/dump1090-fa )

-rw-r–r-- 1 dump1090 nogroup 90 Jun 11 14:27 receiver.json
-rw-r–r-- 1 dump1090 nogroup 3718 Jul 22 07:28 stats.json
-rw-r–r-- 1 dump1090 nogroup 43201 Jul 22 07:28 aircraft.json

dump978-fa install (from /run/skyview978)

-rw-r–r-- 1 skyview nogroup 116 Jun 18 18:10 receiver.json
-rw-r–r-- 1 skyview nogroup 53 Jul 22 07:31 aircraft.json

Thanks
-m

dump978 doesn’t currently generate any stats.

Thank you. I figured that was the most obvious answer but wanted to make sure. Is there plans to include stats in the future?

It’d be nice to have, yeah.

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The backend code is complete. We’re working on updating the front end now.

That’s for displaying UAT stats on the web page yes?

That was not the question i believe :wink:

Ha! Yes, we will be displaying UAT numbers on the stats web page.

Sorry if there was any confusion. I’d just been discussing that project with someone here when I saw this thread.

Well at least an overall message count is included in aircraft.json.

And you can create some statistics by parsing the aircraft.json regularly.

Yep - I think I may start parsing that for now into graphite/grafana. Most of my scripts curl stats.json on each node for 1090 traffic – so having similar stats for 978 traffic would be great. Now that I have a working 978 antenna … I actually have traffic :slight_smile:

Look in
/run/skyview978/receiver.json
/run/skyview978/aircraft.json

I symlink them into one of the web directories so I can access them from other hosts.