This is the command ltpcounter that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
ltpcounter - LTP reception test program
ltpcounter client_ID [max_nbr_of_bytes]
ltpcounter uses LTP to receive service data units flagged with client service number
client_ID from a remote ltpdriver client service process. When the total number of bytes
of client service data it has received exceeds max_nbr_of_bytes, it terminates and prints
reception and cancellation statistics. If max_nbr_of_bytes is omitted, the default limit
is 2 billion bytes.
While receiving data, ltpcounter prints a 'v' character every 5 seconds to indicate that
it is still alive.
"0" ltpcounter has terminated. Any problems encountered during operation will be noted in
the ion.log log file.
"1" ltpcounter was unable to start, because it could not attach to the LTP protocol on the
local node or could not open access to client service clientId.
In the former case, run ltpadmin to start LTP and try again.
In the latter case, some other client service task has already opened access to client
service clientId. If no such task is currently running (e.g., it crashed while
holding the client service open), use ltpadmin to stop and restart the LTP protocol.
Use ltpcounter online using onworks.net services