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I have waited up to 15 mins (then quit) for the graph in-out speeds to return.  Is this a bug?

Refer to this post -> http://www.rejetto.com/forum/index.php?topic=4169.msg1021498#msg1021498
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Its 10 which I think is the default.  So that can't be the reason why.
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are you referring to the "top" value ?
it is recalculated every 100 shifts.
but it takes 3000 shifts to remove a value from memory.
the point in keeping 3000 values in memory is that display resolutions up to 3000 in width are supported.
if you suddenly switch to 2560x1600 (highest resolution reported among visitors of rejetto.com :D), then you will get a full width graph.
so, 3000/10Hz = 300 seconds = 5 minutes .... this is the time it should take.


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Thanks for the "reset" fix in build 137.  :)
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Also the graph isn't an important feature for usability of hfs, it might be an idea to be able to configure that local/lan speed (ip range..) should not be considerated for top-speed.

If you are using a vector of 3000 elements, just shrink local transmission speed values to max speed based on trafic values outside the LAN.

This would make visible external traffic even if a local PC' has accessed the page, and would also show that the server is busy (if you only omit local traffic display, it may seem that the server is idle).
your computer has no brain - use your own !