John <naverxp at yahoo dot com dot sg> wrote:
>> Its the Info: 56821/52313 (20.48 MB/6.08 MB) of incoming and outgoing
>> 1. Whats meant here? 1 MB = 1000 or 1024 Bytes?
> I'm not strong in my TCP/IP and Packet Encapsulation. So i can only
> advice you on the first question.
> 1MB = 1024 KBytes
Thanks, but is that from theory? You know these days there are a lots
of people who use this terminology:
1 kB = 10^3 Bytes = 1000 Bytes
1 kiB = 2^10 Bytes = 1024 Bytes
And I do not know what m0n0 uses. It converts like this:
| format_bytes($ifinfo['inbytes']) . "/" .format_bytes($ifinfo['outbytes']) . ")");?>
I'm absolutely no php man, Google did not really help me: is
format_bytes() an internal php function and how dows it convert?