my machine is continously making udp dns traffic request. what i need to know is the PID of the process generating this traffic. The normal way in TCP connection is to use netstat/lsof and get the ...
I have a web site - photo gallery. About 400 photos. Site on Gallery 3. mySQL. Hosted on VPS from myhosting.com (CPU 1792 MHz, 2048 MB RAM). Everything seems to be ok, but there is one big problem. ...
I'm planning to use AWS EC2 for my web application and I need control over the bandwidth usage (don't want the instances to be compromised and ramping up bandwidth cost crazily). There are many ...
We currently have a T3 line for about 28 people and it gets deadly slow during the day so I need something to help track down why. I'm assuming someone is downloading something that they may not be ...
How do I get the number of (currently) established TCP connections for a specific port? I have managed to get counters for traffic working by doing i.e for outgoing RTMP. iptables -N $CHAIN ...
My provider is billing my bandwidth using the 95-percentile method. I know what it is in principle (take measurements, throw the top 5% away and use the remaining highest as result). The question ...
I have a virtual machine hosted by Hyper-V, in a physical server provided by Hetzner. The physical server has Windows 2008 R2 Server, and the virual machine has Windows 7 Pro 32-bit. The virtual ...
I want to measure traffic(upload) made by each user on a linux system. Each users runs a rTorrent instance on a specified port. Also users could make traffic through the ftp server (vsftpd). Is ...
My server is witnessing a sudden increase in traffic. Consistently there is a 200mb outgoing traffic every hour. This is not my web traffic. I am running centos OS and completely new to server ...