Webnative stores data locally and on the fission ipfs gateway.
If everything works correctly, all the data you work with regularly should be available locally.
If you make changes on other devices, this data will come from the fission gateway.
To monitor the traffic coming in and going out you can do the following:
- Open the shared worker console, or regular worker console in case of Safari.
Chromium based browserss:
about:debugging#/runtime/this-firefox(scroll to shared workers at the bottom)
Safari: Bottom right corner in the dev console, select “Marx” worker.
- Type in
- Look at the stats, some are
BigNuminstances, so you might need to call
If an app/filesystem is stuck loading, it could be that a certain CID isn’t available on the Fission cluster. To find out which CID it’s try to load, look at the
stats.wantlist (using the stats variable from above).
Ideally when you add some data to your filesystem and reload the app, there should be no incoming data stream. To see if that’s the case, follow the steps laid out above and then check if
blocksReceived is zero.