ntop

Muestra los procesos de la red.

Ejemplo de uso:

ntop

En el caso de un Linux Ubuntu, devolverá algo así:

Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 NOTE: Interface merge enabled by default
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 Initializing gdbm databases
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 **ERROR** ….open of /var/lib/ntop/prefsCache.db failed: File open error
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 Possible solution: please use ‘-P
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 **FATAL_ERROR** GDBM open failed, ntop shutting down…
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP[t3079186112]: ntop caught signal 2
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 THREADMGMT[t3079186112]: ntop RUNSTATE: SHUTDOWN(7)
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP[t3079186112] catching thread is unknown
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP: Running threads
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP: Locking purge mutex (may block for a little while)
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP: Locked purge mutex, continuing shutdown
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP: Continues
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 PLUGIN_TERM: Unloading plugins (if any)
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 CLEANUP: Clean up complete
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 THREADMGMT[t3079186112]: ntop RUNSTATE: TERM(8)
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 ===================================
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 ntop is shutdown…
Wed Nov 16 00:22:20 2011 ===================================

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