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gastables(1) [debian man page]

gastables(1)						      General Commands Manual						      gastables(1)

NAME
gastables - graphical user interface for compressible flow gas table modules DESCRIPTION
gastables provides a graphical user interface to the compressible flow gas tables modules. Modules * Isentropic Relations * Normal Shock Relations * Oblique Shock Relations * Fanno Flow * Isothermal Flow * Rayleigh Flow * Prandtl Meyer Functions HOMEPAGE
http://code.google.com/p/python-gastables/ AUTHOR
This manual page was written by Varun Hiremath <varun@debian.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). March 14, 2008 gastables(1)

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flowacct(7ipp)						   IP Quality of Service Modules					    flowacct(7ipp)

NAME
flowacct - Flow Accouting module DESCRIPTION
The flow accounting module flowacct enables you to record flow details. You use flow details to gather statistics and/or for billing pur- poses. Accounting consists of recording flow details in a location you designate and in a format that you can retrieve at a later stage. IPQoS accounting relies on the exacct mechanism to store and retrieve flow information. A flow is defined by the 5-tuple - saddr, sport, daddr, dport and protocol. Typically, the accounting module is the last datapath element in a sequence of actions. Flow attributes include ToS/DS, user id, project id, creation time (time the flow was created), last seen (when pkts for the flow were last seen), action name (instance that recorded the flow information), nbytes and npackets. Attributes are split into groups entitled basic and extended. The basic group records only the nbytes, npackets and action name, while the extended group is a superset of the basic group and records all attributes. The attributes to be recorded, in addition to the accounting file that contains flow details, are selected using acctadm(1M). The flowacct module does not provide a mechanism to retrieve flow information from the accounting file nor to interpret the retrieved information. STATISTICS
The flowacct module exports the following statistics available through kstat: module: flowacct instance: <action id> name: Flowacct statistics class <action name> bytes_in_tbl <bytes in the flow table> epackets <packets in error> flows_in_tbl <flow records in the flow table> nbytes <number of bytes through this instance> npackets <number of packets> usedmem <memory, in bytes, used by the flow table> FILES
/kernel/ipp/sparcv9/flowacct 64-bit module (SPARC only.) ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ | ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ |Availability |SUNWqos | +-----------------------------+-----------------------------+ SEE ALSO
ipqosconf(1M), acctadm(1M), libexacct3LIB, dlcosmk(7IPP), dscpmk(7IPP), ipqos(7IPP), ipgpc(7IPP), tokenmt(7IPP), tswtclmt(7IPP) SunOS 5.10 29 Sep 2004 flowacct(7ipp)

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