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revised Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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accepted Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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answered Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
Jul
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revised Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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revised Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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Jul
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comment Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
@HBruijn Ok, It works :) ... I thought it won't work and it will have conflicts...but is it a good idea to have 2 tcpdumps running at the same time ? in terms of performance ?
Jul
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revised Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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comment Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
@HBruijn sorry didn't get you. What happens when try what?
Jul
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revised Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
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Jul
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revised Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
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Jul
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comment Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
@yoonix Okay it seems its really a pain in the 'ace' to 'reinvent the wheel' as you said! I asked another related question here: serverfault.com/questions/709512/…
Jul
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asked Is it possible to run 2 concurrent tcpdump with different options?
Jul
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revised Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
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comment Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
@yoonix I tried it but its not really what I'm looking for. I have to implement it with my current tcpdump and just want to see how can I find out which request belongs to which response.
Jul
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comment Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
@yoonix the reason im using tcpdump is to have MAXIMUM performance possible. Very high performanve really matters in the application we are using. Also we already did most of our coding from other results of tcpdump so we have to continue with it as much as possible.
Jul
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revised Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
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asked Capture all mysql requests/responses and caculate the response time using tcpdump
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accepted tcpdump freezes and not capturing properly without internet connection