Watching current traffic on the raspbberry pi

I have two nodes in different locations. A node is a synology on which I run with Docker storj. At the other location I have a raspberry pi 4. Both nodes are running successfully. In Synology, I can watch the current downloads and uploads in the Docker. Unfortunately I have not found the possibility with the raspberry so far. Does that work? That’s what it looks like on my synology.

Those are regular docker logs. Run this on your rpi:

docker logs -f storagenode
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or if you want to view network throughput in real time with a nice graph I recommend using nload

I use bmon on my arm based node to view real-time throughput. Not pretty but does the job.

Thanks for the answers! Try nload right now and later bmon.

Running 2 RPI´s here. Use those:

GENERAL COMMAND LINES:

Stop the node container: sudo docker stop -t 300 storagenode
Restart node container: sudo docker restart -t 300 storagenode
Delete container (implies “Stop” and “RM” first): sudo docker rm storagenode
Node Dashboard: sudo docker exec -it storagenode /app/dashboard.sh --color
Follow latest 50 log entries: sudo docker logs --follow --tail 50 storagenode