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Re: cflows and debian



I don't know of any cflowd packages, but from what I can tell cflowd is dead 
(or at least quite dormant) upstream (last release Oct 2000).

When I was last monitoring flow data we changed over the software from cflowd 
to flow-tools, which is packaged in sarge/sid these days. This was mostly 
because cflowd had some bugs which presented themselves when used in 
combination with flowscan (a nifty flow analysing tool which is packaged for 
sid), and in lieu of any kind of fix in cflowd, flowscan's author recommended 
using flow-tools.

That said, I'm not sure if flow-tools can be made to do the flow aggregation 
that cflowd performs, so this may not be of much use to you.

Googling about it looks like Chris Cheney was talking about packaging arts++ 
and cflowd, but given he's now up to his armpits in maintaining KDE packages 
I guess that's probably not going to happen.

I'll stop rambling now I think...

On Monday February 9 2004 11:12, Dale Amon wrote:
> Does anyone know where I can find a cflowd package?
>
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