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I have ubuntu server with several processes (some java, some scripting) accessing the internet. Every process runs under it own user.

I would like to find out stats about network usage for these users. How can I configure this in ubuntu?

thank you

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It's hard to tell where this one should go (Webmasters? Ubuntu?) but it's off-topic here, not having anything to do with programming. – David Thornley Jun 20 '11 at 15:26
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possible duplicate of Linux users traffic measurement, and see also Network bandwidth monitoring per user on ubuntu server – Gilles Jun 20 '11 at 16:52

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