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Old 09-16-2013
How to make a script that logs bandwidth on a specific port?

I have a script that runs right before a daily reboot that captures the amount of MB transmitted up and pulled down since last reboot.
Code:
echo `date +"%m-%d-%y"``grep eth0 /proc/net/dev | awk '{print ","$2/1024/1024","$10/1024/1024}'`>>/home/nick/bandwidth.log

In looking at the raw output of /proc/net/dev, I know that this particular script will only yield the info on a Ethernet device. Is there any way to write a script that does something like this per port? I'd like to know, how much bandwidth is being consumed by the web pages being hosted on port 80 vs. the Minecraft server being hosted on port 25565.

Thanks in advance!
 
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ib_read_bw(1)							   User Commands						     ib_read_bw(1)

NAME
ib_read_bw - RDMA read bandwidth test SYNOPSIS
ib_read_bw [ options ] [ server IP address ] DESCRIPTION
This program tests the bandwidth of RMDA read transactions. OPTIONS
-p, --port=<port> listen on/connect to port <port> (default: 18515) -m, --mtu=<mtu> mtu size (default: 1024) -d, --ib-dev=<dev> use IB device <dev> (default: first device found) -i, --ib-port=<port> use port <port> of IB device (default: 1) -s, --size=<size> size of message to exchange (default: 1) -a, --all run sizes from 2 till 2^23 -t, --tx-depth=<dep> size of tx queue (default: 50) -n, --iters=<iters> number of exchanges (at least 100, default: 1000) -C, --report-cycles report times in cpu cycle units (default: microseconds) -H, --report-histogram print out all results (default: print summary only) -U, --report-unsorted (implies -H) print out unsorted results (default: sorted) -V, --version display version number AUTHOR
Guy Coates < gmpc@sanger.ac.uk > perftest February 20, 2008 ib_read_bw(1)

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