[TriLUG] Application bandwidth analisys
rasch at raschnet.com
Thu Jul 1 10:13:39 EDT 2004
On Thu, Jul 01, 2004 at 09:42:54AM -0400, "Aaron S. Joyner" <aaron at joyner.ws> wrote:
> trilug wrote:
> >I need a tool that can analyze the amount of bandwidth an application
> >uses in as close to real time as possible. The commercially available
> >product that I know of is Compuware's ApplicationVantage.
> >Does anyone know if such a critter exists in the open source arena?
> If you're looking for ballpark numbers, something like gkrellm or
> etherape may do the trick. Gkrellm is something I often run on my
> desktop just to keep an eye on the amount of bits flying by, with simple
> meters. If you just want to eyeball it as you work, it's probably the
> right tool. On the other hand if you want something more geared towards
> just that task, EtherApe is the best tool that I'm aware of. I don't
> know how sophisticated you can get with Etherape in terms of being able
> to analyse that data after the fact, but it can certainly do realtime
> graphical display of bandwidth usage, along with numerical statitstical
Ntop also provides pretty details network traffic analysis. Including
statistics for bytes transferred per TCP connection, etc. I'm not sure
it can do anything at the "application" level.
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