March 3, 2008 · Networking · Email This Post

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slurm started as a pppstatus port to FreeBSD. As I ripped off several functions here is an overview of the features:

* realtime traffic statistics divided into incoming and outgoing
* optional combined view
* can monitor any kind of network interface (testers welcome!)
* shows detailed statistics about the interface.
* it's themeable (since 0.3.0)
* contact me if you need anything else.

Install slurm in Ubuntu

sudo aptitude install slurm

This will complete the installation.

Slurm Syntax

slurm [-hHz] [-csl] [-d delay] -i interface

If you want to monitor the eth0 network interface use the following command

slurm -i eth0

Output looks similar to the following screen

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2 Comments to “slurm – Realtime network interface monitor”

  1. Stereohead says:

    Tnx, nice tool.

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  2. Bogdan says:

    Thanks a lot. Exactly what I was looking for.

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