• netstat question

    From Hactar@110:110/2002 to All on Sun May 4 16:15:15 2014
    When I do

    netstat -A inet

    how often is the data structure it reads updated?

    Also, is there any way to match up processes with how much data they use?
    I'd like to find out which processes are net hogs.

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  • From Jonathan N. Little@110:110/2002 to All on Sun May 4 20:32:57 2014
    Hactar wrote:
    When I do

    netstat -A inet

    how often is the data structure it reads updated?

    Also, is there any way to match up processes with how much data they use?
    I'd like to find out which processes are net hogs.


    Install tcptrack maybe.

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  • From Jamma Tino Schwarze@110:110/2002 to All on Mon May 5 08:55:00 2014
    Hi,

    Hactar <ebenZEROONE@verizon.net> wrote:

    netstat -A inet

    how often is the data structure it reads updated?

    Also, is there any way to match up processes with how much data they use?
    I'd like to find out which processes are net hogs.

    Did you try iftop?

    Jamma.

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  • From Frank Elsner@110:110/2002 to All on Mon May 5 11:04:00 2014
    On 04.05.2014 22:32, Jonathan N. Little wrote:
    Hactar wrote:
    When I do

    netstat -A inet

    how often is the data structure it reads updated?

    Also, is there any way to match up processes with how much data they use?
    I'd like to find out which processes are net hogs.

    Install "nethogs".


    --Frank


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  • From Hactar@110:110/2002 to All on Mon May 5 14:10:04 2014
    In article <bsp9h1F9fcdU1@mid.individual.net>,
    Frank Elsner <frank.elsner@spamfence.net> wrote:
    On 04.05.2014 22:32, Jonathan N. Little wrote:
    Hactar wrote:
    When I do

    netstat -A inet

    how often is the data structure it reads updated?

    Also, is there any way to match up processes with how much data they use? >> I'd like to find out which processes are net hogs.

    Install "nethogs".

    Nice, that looks like it does what I need. Question: there's a bunch of "processes" whose names look like "..23400-78.25.122.156:40796" -- what's
    up with that?

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    much more talented than you. Laughter is the very best medicine,
    remember that when your appendix bursts next week. -- Weird Al

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