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TOP 10 PROCESSES/USERS UTILIZING THE NETWORK BANDWIDTH

Kennedy G. Doss
Regular Advisor

TOP 10 PROCESSES/USERS UTILIZING THE NETWORK BANDWIDTH

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Is there a way to track the top users or processes when I have a network bottleneck?

Regards,
Kennedy

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Ron Irving
Trusted Contributor

Re: TOP 10 PROCESSES/USERS UTILIZING THE NETWORK BANDWIDTH

Hi Kennedy!!

I've been out of the loop for a while, but I believe the 'top' command would be a place to start.

HTH

Ron
Should have been an astronaut.
Kennedy G. Doss
Regular Advisor

Re: TOP 10 PROCESSES/USERS UTILIZING THE NETWORK BANDWIDTH

top is more related to CPU.

I use glance to get to know about the bottleneck I have in the network cards. But I dont know the process or user who is using the max network bandwidth. Thanks for taking the time and replying.

Regards,
-Kennedy
Steven E. Protter
Exalted Contributor

Re: TOP 10 PROCESSES/USERS UTILIZING THE NETWORK BANDWIDTH

Shalom,

I'd start with:

netstat -i 3

Lets see overall statistics.

netstat -an will give you an idea what processes are listening.

Finding processes requires a link between band witch use and process id that does not exist.

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