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SubjectRe: ss: Checking efficient analysis for network connections
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> If you use netlink operations directly,

Thanks for such feedback.

Should this programming interface become better known?


> you can have the kernel filter on various criteria
> and only get the socket entries you are interested in.

This is good to know.


> This whole discussion has zero to do with what text format 'ss' outputs.

Some software components are affected here.

The socket statistic tool is using data from the directory “/proc/net”.

* Provided text files refer to known Linux data formats.
Can it happen to work with other data formats there?

* The analysis program can also be extended for the support
of additional data formats, can't it?

Regards,
Markus

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