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SMS Server Tools
Copyright (C) Stefan Frings

This program is free software unless you got it under another license directly
from the author. You can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of 
the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation.
Either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

mailto: smstools@meinemullemaus.de

#ifndef STATS_H
#define STATS_H

#include <time.h>

typedef struct
  int succeeded_counter;        // Number of sent SM
  int failed_counter;           // Number of not sent SM (ERROR from modem)
  int received_counter;         // Number of received SM
  int multiple_failed_counter;  // Number of multiple failed SM (3 consecutive ERROR's from modem)
  int usage_s;                // Modem usage to send SM in seconds
  int usage_r;                // Modem usage to receive SM in seconds
  char status;                // s=send r=receive i=idle b=blocked -=not running
} _stats;

_stats* statistics[DEVICES];  // Statistic data (shared memory!)
int rejected_counter;         // Statistic counter, rejected SM, number does not fit into any queue
time_t start_time;            // Start time of smsd, allows statistic functions
int printstatus;        // if 1 smsd outputs status on stdout
time_t last_stats;            // time when the last stats file was created
char d_stats[256];            // path to statistic files
int stats_interval;           // time between statistic files in seconds.

/* Creates shared memory variables for statistic data */

void initstats();

/* Resets statistic data to 0 */

void resetstats();

/* saves the current statistic counter into a tmp file */

void savestats();

/* load the statistic counter from the tmp file */

void loadstats();

/* Prints modem status on stdout */

void print_status();

/* Checks if next statistic file should be written and writes it */

void checkwritestats();

#endif // STATS_H

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