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Obligatory links: mywiki.wooledge.org/ParsingLs and unix.stackexchange.com/questions/128985/why-not-parse-ls
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comment How to list all linux processes that had any network activity during some period of time (past or future)?
I don't think that's possible for the past. Although /proc/<PID>/ contains various counters for read and written bytes there is no distinction between storage and network. The same applies to live-monitoring the application via /proc/. The only solution that comes to my mind involves using pcap. Which means you have to monitor the application all the time in order to do proper accounting.