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Old 12-28-2007, 12:46 AM   #1
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Header file for struct ifstats


Which header file contains struct ifstats and SIOCGIFSTATS? I searched from google, but could not find it.

In general, how can I set a program manual in my Debian box to search and find all library functions as well as structs by man?

Thank you.

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Searching through /usr/doc, there are two mentions of "ifstats:"
Might be worth looking through the source code for these? IPtraf (found at; these files contain ifstats:
I usually stat with /usr/doc and do something like
find . -type f -print | xargs fgrep -l ifstats
then look at any files that pop up; now, that ain't always going to do it but it's usually a good place to start...


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