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nethogs is a very useful tool to see which process(es) send/receive lots of network traffic. But as soon as the process exits, on the next display refresh nethogs no longer displays the process. Is there a way to tell nethogs to keep the information of dead processes for a while, or a simple way to capture this information?

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    unix.stackexchange.com/users/34483/arnout-engelen, He is author of NetHogs. you may ping him in chat – αғsнιη May 20 at 14:13
  • Thanks. I can't seem to search him on chat.stackexchange.com or find a link on the above page to start a chat with him. Probably my reputation is not enough or something. I'll contact him via other means. – Gerry Lufwansa May 21 at 3:49
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    just ping him in chat.stackexchange.com by @ followed by his account name. if he was near around here, he will feedback – αғsнιη May 21 at 4:20
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Looks like the tracemode (-t) gives me information I need.

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