Re: ITP: nspeed -- Prints the currently incoming and outgoing traffic in kb/s of a NIC on the console, no more, no less
Hi Joey, hi developers,
although my nspeed is a pure shell script, it was not hard to implement
the feature into "ifdata" of the moreutils package.
Under http://nforcer.de/debian/ifdata-patch/ you find the new ifdata.c and
the ifdata.diff to see what I've changed.
Make sure you have some traffic and run ifdata -bips NIC (bips=bytes
incoming per second) or ifdata -bops NIC (bops=bytes outgoing per second).
Have fun and mention me :)
> André Appel wrote:
>> nseepd is a shell script which prints the kb/s which are currently
>> beeing received and transmitted by a NIC in a direct way only using
>> simple shell commands. No superuser rights required. All other tools I
>> found displayed continuous the incoming / outgoing rate or many other
>> thins. All I needed was a short information of how much is going in and
>> out at the moment, displayed once.
> That seems like it would be a nice addition to ifdata in the moreutils
> see shy jo