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You can view both local and remote servers
You can free memory, see your IP and MAC address and also view the Unique Identifier code for your device. Very, very handy.
These are the processes from my local computer
These are the processes from a remote server
To add a remote server, you need the IP and the port that iStat Server is running from.
You can choose what sections you want displayed
You can choose whether or not to load Disk Icons, resolve hostnames and how you want network traffic displayed
You can scale how the graph for network traffic appears
You can choose what scale you want to use for temperature monitoring.
You can cancel Ping requests when the device goes to sleep or is locked.
Macminicolo customers can get up to 5 free iStat licenses.
Ping test from iStat for iPhone
The last 10 IPs/domains are stored in the app for convenience.
Running a traceroute from iStat for iPhone
Online help is available via Mobile Safari.
iStat Server for your client or Server computers is required to monitor stats from iStat for iPhone. You can quit the program and the process will continue to run so that the stats can be monitored.
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