[Orca-users] Re: Oracle processes
blair at orcaware.com
Thu Jul 11 17:15:00 PDT 2002
> > > however, I could not
> > > find a way to get the data similar to the output of netstat or
> > > netstat -a.
> > Take a look through the examples in
> > /opt/RICHPse/examples
> > There's netstat.se and netstatx.se.
> I already have. These examples print out network statistics. The same
> data that could be obtained with netstat -s. I have spent some time
> going through different examples and did some searches on the web,
> but could not find a way to list current connections. This would be
> the info that netstat -a prints out.
OK. It'll probably take some good coding then to figure it out.
The other trick is to run truss on netstat -a and see which system
calls it makes. That would be a good place to start.
> > > I then could get the number of connections per
> > > server/port as well. Do you know if there is a way to do that
> with se?
> > Given all the data that SE measures, I'd say yes, but its just a
> > question of figuring out how to do that.
> Where can I find a good documentation on SE?
When I learned SE I read all the docs in /opt/RICHPse/doc. Beyond
that, probably the other place to check is www.setoolkit.com.
Blair Zajac <blair at orcaware.com>
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