stats.i2p.xyz i2p NetDB Statistics Index

These plots each contain a single statistic plotted for each router on a single chart. Summary pages show a line for each router, as well as the average. Average and total pages show a single line only.

The list of routers included in the summary plots is updated once daily at about 6:30 UTC. The data are most accurate (for the network as a whole) just after the daily update and will gradually become less accurate until the next daily update, because new routers will not be included until then. Sorry it works like this but it's not possible to dynamically scan the entire database before generating the plots.

This page tracks several statistics in netDB and a couple more related to total routers. For the general health of the network, the first four (total routers and bandwidth) are the most interesting. Send and receive total bandwidth should look about the same, obviously. Tunnel.participatingTunnels is also useful. Where a total calculation across all routers seems to make sense, it is included. Descriptions of each stat come from the Router Console stats page.

Plotted averages are calculated using the actual number of valid, reporting routers for that period.

September 24, 2011 - I saw a comment on IRC about the various "totals" graphs, about how they aren't growing even though the net is growing. That's right. Most of these can only add up the peers that stats.i2p.xyz's router knows about at any one time. At one point long ago, every router knew about every other router, all the time. Since router infos are kept in memory, that had to change as the net grew bigger. These days, a typical non-floodfill router knows about 1200 routers out of about 6000 that are probably active at any one time.

Not only that, the peers that a router does know about are not a representative cross-section. A router knows about almost all the floodfills, and most of the fast peers out there. But a much smaller portion of the slower peers. So several of the stats based on a total or average of all known peers (average bandwidth, total hops, etc.) are suspect. Not only are they quite misleading, they are getting even worse as the net grows further.

StatisticDay AverageDay TotalWeek AvgWeek TotalMonth AvgMonth Total3 Month Avg3 Month TotalYear Avg
Total Routers and Router Versions day view week view month view 3 month view year view
tunnel.buildClientExpire.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a client tunnel times out during creation
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.buildClientReject.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a client tunnel is rejected
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.buildClientSuccess.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a client tunnel is fully built
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.buildExploratoryExpire.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a exploratory tunnel times out during creation
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.buildExploratoryReject.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a exploratory tunnel is rejected
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.buildExploratorySuccess.10m
[New for 0.6.0.10] How often a exploratory tunnel is fully built
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg
tunnel.participatingTunnels.60m
How many tunnels are we participating in?
day avg week avg month avg 3 month avg year avg