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NAME

       nethogs - Net top tool grouping bandwidth per process

SYNOPSIS

       nethogs [-d] [-h] [-p] [-t] [-V] [device(s)]

DESCRIPTION

       NetHogs is a small 'net top' tool. Instead of breaking the traffic down
       per protocol or  per  subnet,  like  most  such  tools  do,  it  groups
       bandwidth  by process - and does not rely on a special kernel module to
       be loaded. So if there's suddenly a lot of  network  traffic,  you  can
       fire  up  NetHogs and immediately see which PID is causing this, and if
       it's some kind of spinning process, kill it.

   Options
       -d     delay for refresh rate.

       -h     display available commands usage.

       -p     sniff in promiscious mode (not recommended).

       -t     tracemode.

       -V     prints Version info.

       device(s) to monitor. By default eth0 is being used.

INTERACTIVE CONTROL

       m      cycle between display modes (kb/s, kb, b, mb)

       r      sort by 'received'

       s      sort by 'sent'

       q      quit

SEE ALSO

       netstat(8) tcpdump(1) pcap(3)

AUTHOR

       Written by Arnout Engelen <arnouten@bzzt.net>.

                               14 February 2004                     NETHOGS(8)



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