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Old 08-24-2004, 12:32 PM   #1
wangru
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Question How to trace individual process' bandwidth usage


hi All,

Does anyone know how to get network bandwidth usage information based on a individual process?

I knew there are information which we can use in /proc/net/ or /proc/sys/net, however, there are assigned to network devices instead of application process. Does anyone have a hint on how to do this?

I wanna implement a application which can monitor this resource usage informaiton by using java. Does anyone know how to program this ?


Many thanks
Rui
 
  


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