Is there a way to measure how much network traffic particular
jrisom at gmail.com
Tue Aug 17 18:58:41 UTC 2010
If you're wanting something quick and simple to monitor, `systat
-netstat` would probably be best. It lists by address and port, but if
you run sockstat you get a list of which programs hold which sockets.
On 8/17/2010 1:45 PM, Gary Gatten wrote:
> nTop plus 100 others I'm sure. I'm sure even with pf, ipfw, iptables, et al: there's a way to permit "everything" but do accounting. I use ntop daily, but I'm just a novice at others so am just assuming there.
> What type of data you want/need vs. how big of footprint/resource requirements will drive your decision.
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> Subject: Is there a way to measure how much network traffic particular app generates?
> For example skype, or web browser?
> I know SysGuard in kde4 shows network traffic per interface at
> particular time. But I am interested in per-application stats.
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