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From: Greg A. Woods (woodsweird.com)
Date: Wed Apr 24 2002 - 14:06:46 CDT

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    [ On Wednesday, April 24, 2002 at 11:17:02 (-0700), Scott T. Cameron wrote: ]
    > Subject: Re: Big traffic on 412/tcp
    >
    > At least under FreeBSD, I've often found that 'sockstat' is a much more useful program than lsof.

    On all *BSD I find the built-in 'fstat' program, sometimes in
    conjunction with 'netstat -A' to be best tool for finding out what's
    going on socket-wise on the system....

    -- 
    								Greg A. Woods
    

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