Java Code Examples for android.net.metrics.WakeupEvent

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    public synchronized void list(PrintWriter pw) {
        listEvents(pw, mConnectEvents, (x) -> x, "\n");
        listEvents(pw, mDnsEvents, (x) -> x, "\n");
        for (int i = 0; i < mWakeupStats.size(); i++) {
            pw.println(mWakeupStats.valueAt(i));
        }
        for (WakeupEvent wakeup : getWakeupEvents()) {
            pw.println(wakeup);
        }
    } 


    private void addWakeupEvent(String iface, long timestampMs, int uid) {
        int index = wakeupEventIndex(mWakeupEventCursor);
        mWakeupEventCursor++;
        WakeupEvent event = new WakeupEvent();
        event.iface = iface;
        event.timestampMs = timestampMs;
        event.uid = uid;
        mWakeupEvents[index] = event;
        WakeupStats stats = mWakeupStats.get(iface);
        if (stats == null) {
            stats = new WakeupStats(iface);
            mWakeupStats.put(iface, stats);
        }
        stats.countEvent(event);
    } 

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Javadoc
An event logged when NFLOG notifies userspace of a wakeup packet for watched interfaces. {@hide
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