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.TH "ethstats" "1" 
.SH "NAME" 
ethstats \(em Quickly display 
statistics of network interfaces 
.SH "SYNOPSIS" 
.PP 
\fBethstats\fP 
.SH "Description" 
.PP 
The ethstats utility is a quick way to display network 
interface statistics.  After invoking the command the following 
information will appear every 10 seconds for each interface and a 
line with totals of all interfaces: 
.PP 
eth0:    1.00 Mb/s In     1.15 Mb/s Out -      1032.0 p/s In 
2300.0 p/s Out 
.PP 
The data shown is in and out speeds in megabits per second and 
in and out counts for packets per second.  This data is obtained by 
comparing /proc/net/dev each sampling. (Therefore, this tool is 
Linux specific) 
.PP 
This application was released from an unknown source via 
Drew Strieb.  This manpage was written by Scott Dier 
(sdier@debian.org). 
.SH "Copyright" 
.PP 
Released into the public domain. 
.PP 
Any changes made by Drew Strieb are released into the public 
domain. 
.PP 
This documentation is public domain. 
.SH "See Also" 
.PP 
Documentation/filesystems/proc.txt in the Linux kernel 
documentation 
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