ashish.bhattarai last edited by
Each time I try to start the BandwidthD service, all I get is this message in reply.
Please start bandwidthd to populate this directory
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the package several times.
phil.davis last edited by
Ashish, I fixed bandwidthd so it should run OK on nanobsd Alix systems. Did you install the latest version 18.104.22.168? and it takes a few minutes to make the first graphs.
Edit: You were still on 22.214.171.124. I updated bandwidthd and set the parameters back to the defaults (it will update usage every 2.5 minutes) plus selected output_cdf and recover_cdf so it will reload everything when bandwidthd restarts.
Note: At the moment on nanoBSD the bandwidthd cdf data files are not saved anywhere - they are lost on reboot. Tonight I will try and add the code to save the data periodically to the CF card.