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SubjectRe: bandwidth monitoring
On Sun, Oct 15, 2000 at 04:35:13AM -0500, Brian Parris wrote:
> I apologise if this is the wrong place for this, but i've been searching for

Well... the list is about kernel develoment, so it is a bit off-topic.

> 3 weeks for a way to record the bandwidth used by each user under 2.2.17, i
> know there are ways to record bandwidth used by webpage hits but i also want
> to monitor bandwidth used by any program the user has running, if anyone can
> point me in the right direction please let me know.

bandwidth is difficult. If you are interested in the traffic, it should be
no problem. Just look for 'traffic accounting' or 'network accounting' on
freshmeat.net

Some packages you might be interested in:

ip-acct
nacctd

> Brian Parris

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