|Name of app you are currently using. ARI stands for Aidos Reference Implementation
|The version of the Aidos software you're currently running.
|Available cores on your machine for JRE.
|Returns the amount of free memory in the Java Virtual Machine.
|Returns the maximum amount of memory that the Java virtual machine will attempt to use.
|Returns the total amount of memory in the Java virtual machine.
|Latest milestone that was signed off by the coordinator.
|Index of the latest milestone.
|The latest milestone which is solid and is used for sending transactions. For a milestone to become solid your local node must basically approve the submesh of coordinator-approved transactions, and have a consistent view of all referenced transactions.
|Index of the latest solid submesh.
|Number of peers you are directly connected with.
|Packets which are currently queued up.
|Current UNIX timestamp.
|Number of tips in the network.
|Transactions to request during syncing process.
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