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Michael Murphy_2
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network hogs

Hello - quick question - is there a way to get a list of processes - sorted by network usage? (sort of like top does for cpu usage - except maybe packets sent/received?) I think some processes are hogging the network bandwidth - but have no proof. Thanks
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R.K. #
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Re: network hogs

Hello Mike,

Check this out:

http://forums11.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=11482

Don't fix what ain't broke
Johnson Punniyalingam
Honored Contributor

Re: network hogs

you can start with "lsof" to give some ideas to narrow down which process are hoogging
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Johnson Punniyalingam
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Re: network hogs

You can narrow your search by specifying a particular port, service, or host name using techniques such as:

lsof â i :587


lsof â i :smtp


lsof â i @abc.remote.au
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Kapil Jha
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Re: network hogs

I doubt if there is anything in HPUX to check the process which is taking more network, there may be some 3rd party tools I am not aware though.

Well you can see various info with netstat,lsof and glance, It may not help u in getting the exact cause.

BR,
Kapil+
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