gastables(1) General Commands Manual gastables(1)NAME
gastables - graphical user interface for compressible flow gas table modules
gastables provides a graphical user interface to the compressible flow gas tables modules.
* Isentropic Relations
* Normal Shock Relations
* Oblique Shock Relations
* Fanno Flow
* Isothermal Flow
* Rayleigh Flow
* Prandtl Meyer Functions
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March 14, 2008 gastables(1)
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flowacct - Flow Accouting module
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.
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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>
64-bit module (SPARC only.)
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes:
| ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE |
|Availability |SUNWqos |
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