Albert Cardona <acardona(at)ini(dot)phys(dot)ethz(dot)ch> writes:
> Following up from
> I wonder if anything has been done on the subject of monitoring the amount of
> bytes since the last query?
> Finally I've digged into the code and put my hands through reflection on the
> InputStream encapsulated in the PGStream. Problem is, the stream is emptied
> frequently and I can't find the class responsible for reading it out, so my
> readings of the available() bytes (in a monitoring thread) underestimate
> tremendously the amount of bytes actually piped.
Why don't you decorate the InputStream with some simple
CountingInputStream of yours, just like Oliver suggested?
Something very similar to:
If you are lazy you could even extend BufferInputStream; like this
you have just two read methods to override.
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