I have a CentOS 5.7 server that will be backing up its files nightly. I am concerned that visitors to the various sites that the server hosts will experience degraded performance while the backup is ...
I want to get the current Bandwidth of an interface say "eth0" from the terminal. It better be as simple as possible. Say up 10 dn 30. Instead of giving out a lot of text like "vnstat" does. ...
I started a program throttled using trickle as trickle -d 10 -u 5 program. Now I want to change change the throttling speed to -d 50 -u 40. How can I change it without closing the program ? ...
We have one central server which functions as an internet gateway. This server is connected to the internet, and using iptables we forward traffic and share the internet connection among all computers ...
How can I know which application is using the most network bandwidth? I saw some graph from KDE's network monitor, but don't know which process did that.
Problem: We are hosting an application on remote server. We need to test it with a limited network bandwidth (for users with bad Internet access). Question: Can I limit my internet bandwidth (in ...
Is there a top-like command that shows the network bandwidths and file accesses of running processes
For example, we'd like to see: PROCESS IF TX RX FILE(regular) R/W prog1 eth0 200kB/s 12kB/s -- -- wlan0 12kB/s 100kB/s -- ...
I'm using Dropbox without the GUI in Linux. I would like to limit the upload rate, sometimes large files eats my internet bandwidth. Anyone knows how I do that?
I've found a nice monitor which allows me to log a variety of runtime data of a single process. I'm looking for an equivalent that does the same for bandwidth usage. Ideally, the command should look ...
I'm basically looking for a utility that displays which processes are using how much bandwidth, similar to how top displays which processes use how much resources.
I'm limiting dropbox upload bandwith with trickle as suggested here. @reboot trickle -u 100 ~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd This works great but unfortunately causes 100% CPU - even with only 2-3 (small) ...