V1.2.0 Update October 12 2014
You may need to hit F5 to see all updates - there should be a message
telling you this if everything isn't already updated.
1) ISP is visible again per user IF you enable it for yourself via the
Options menu at the bottom of the window. This appears in various
places and is now derived from the upload data Host. It will update
within three minutes if you change ISP.
2) Resync e-mail is enabled again and should only be going to
those who want them now.
3) Addition of several new graphs:
a) Signal Attenuation per band Down and Up
b) Line Uptime
c) and CRC Upstream errors now show the data for OHF Upstream
errors as they appear to be the same thing. CRC graphs could
probably be removed at some point. These are Delta error counts -
that is the difference between the previous and current total
CRC/OHF error counts reported by the modem.
d) Already annnouced on Kitz and active, the All User Stats option in
a pane now has a link to open a version in a new window/tab
so you can see them all without a lot of scrolling. It has a larger
font as well and also shows the program that was used to Upload data
to the server. This latter option will soon also show the flavour
of DSLStats used to upload - i.e. Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi etc.
The settings are controlled by the smaller version and the full page
option will pick up changes within the 30 second auto refresh period.
The original pane does not need to be in use unless you wish to update
the settings of the larger one. The settings can get out of sync if
you sleep or hibernate your terminal though.
4) When a user is offline, the graphs are currently shown with a
straight line connecting the last and next available data points.
As an experiment, for the SNRM Current graph options only at the moment,
there is now a gap with no plot between such points whenever they
occur - this can show odd looking graphs if the user has only
uploaded occasional data! This entails a lot of additional
calculations so the graphs may be a bit slower to render. The only
proviso is thet the user has to have at least 15 mins of data available
in the displayed period, otherwise it will revert to the original
5) Several people have commented that if you look carefully at the
24 hours and longer plots, you can't see all the minute plots.
That's simply because there aren't enough pixels to plot them all.
If you zoom in (drag an area horizontally) then you'll see more
of them. This applies to the time periods below 3 day spans. Above
those, points are actually removed from the plots to keep the
rendering and calculation times within limits.
6) User names can now have periods and hash symbols in them. This
is not possible retrospectively though unless you register with
a new User Name and start a complete new data set.
7) Just because you see the Log On window doesn't mean you HAVE to
Log On. If you were logged on and haven't lost your cookies,
the Continue option should take you back to the setup you last
had. Trying to do that automatically though (i.e. bypass the Log
On window) isn't something that works very well.
This will likely be the last update to the site for a while now.