nstat and rtacct are simple tools to monitor kernel snmp counters
and network interface statistics.
nstat can filter kernel snmp counters by name with one or several
specified wildcards. Wildcards are case-insensitive and can
include special symbols ? and *
-h, --help Print help
Dump zero counters too. By default they are not shown.
Do not display anything, only update history.
Dump absolute values of counters. The default is to
calculate increments since the previous use.
Do not update history, so that the next time you will see
counters including values accumulated to the moment of
this measurement too.
Display results in JSON format.
When combined with --json, pretty print the output.
-d, --scan <INTERVAL>
Run in daemon mode collecting statistics. <INTERVAL> is
interval between measurements in seconds.
-t, --interval <INTERVAL>
Time interval to average rates. Default value is 60
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27 June, 2007 RTACCT(8)