The SysMon (System Monitor) shows various information and system status such as system information, process status, memory status, disk space, network routing tables and so on. SysMon doesn't have any cool graphics and any cool icons, and it doesn't clean up memory, too. However SysMon is very useful for you, if you would like to know the details of your system.
* The system information provides the uptime, the load average, the battery information, the login users, the network interface information (includes SSID and Wi-Fi Channel), device information, kernel information and hardware information.
* The process status shows the all running processes on your iPhone / iPod touch. In this view, you can know the occupied memory and the uptime of each mobile user's process.
* The memory status reports the current memory status and various memory statistics such as page-in/page-out, cache hit ratio and so on.
* The disk status displays the total disk space, the used disk space and the free disk space. It shows the filesystem type and mount point, too.
* The network status shows the network interface statistics, the network routing table, the TCP socket status and the UDP socket status. If the network interface is active, it also displays its IP address, broadcast address, netmask and network address. On VPN mode, you will be able to confirm the allocated IP address, netmask and destination address. Also, you can know where your iPhone / iPod touch had connected to.
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In iPhone / iPod touch, the incoming/outgoing packets seem to be counted on the "lo0" network device, not the "en0" device. "pdp_ip0" shows the information of 3G network.