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FLOWSCAN(1)						      General Commands Manual						       FLOWSCAN(1)

NAME
flowscan - flow-based IP traffic analysis and visualization tool SYNOPSIS
flowscan [-hv] [-w secs] [-s bytes] FlowScanClass [...] DESCRIPTION
-g use this glob (file pattern match) when looking for raw flow files to be processed. Defaults to: 'flows.*:*[0-9]' (mnemonic: 'g'lob) -h shows this usage information (mnemonic: 'h'elp) -v verbose - show warnings (mnemonic: 'v'erbose) -w secs process the flow files, and wait secs seconds for new ones to appear. Flow file will be globbed using "flows.*:*[0-9]". (Don't pass flow file names as arguments when using this option.) -s bytes skip processing of files of size greater than bytes (mnemonic: 's'kip 's'ize) SEE ALSO
add_ds.pl(1), add_txrx(1), event2vrule(1), ip2hostname(1), locker(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Anibal Monsalve Salazar, for the Debian Project. FLOWSCAN(1)

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EVENT2VRULE(1)						      General Commands Manual						    EVENT2VRULE(1)

NAME
event2vrule - adds 'events' to rrdtool graphs SYNOPSIS
event2vrule <params> DESCRIPTION
Adding Events to Graphs There is a new graphing feature which allows you to specify events that should be displayed in your graphs. These events are simply a list of points in time at which something of interest occurred. For instance, one could create a plain text file in the graphs directory called events.txt containing these lines: 2001/02/10 1538 added support for events to FlowScan graphs 2001/02/12 1601 allowed the events file to be named on make command line Then to generate the graphs with those events included one might run: $ make -f graphs.mf events=events.txt This feature was implemented using a new script called event2vrule that is supplied with FlowScan. This script is meant to be used as a ``wrapper'' for running rrdtool(1), similarly to how one might run nohup(1). E.g.: $ event2vrule -h 48 events.txt rrdtool graph -s -48h ... That command will cause these VRULE arguments to be passed to rrdtool, at the end of the argument list: COMMENT: VRULE:981841080#ff0000:2001/02/10 1538 added support for events to FlowScan graphs COMMENT: VRULE:982015260#ff0000:2001/02/12 1601 allowed the events file to be named on make command line COMMENT: SEE ALSO
add_ds.pl(1), add_txrx(1), flowscan(1), ip2hostname(1), locker(1) AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Anibal Monsalve Salazar, for the Debian Project. EVENT2VRULE(1)
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