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    TechTip: Track and Analyze Network Traffic with ntop

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    My problem with tools that are designed to monitor a single type of technology do it in their own format and make it extremely difficult to get an integrated view of your system. Looking at what you network is doing in the absence of what you cpu, memory, etc are doing gives an incomplete picture. That's why I wrote collectl - http://collectl.sourceforge.net/. It lets you monitoring virtually everything both interactively and in rolling logs. btw - did you know if you monitor network traffic once a system most linux systems will reporting incorrect values? That's because you need to monitor the traffic every 0.9765 seconds! Read more about it at the collectl web site if you're really interested in this very strange linux phenomenon. -mark

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