ifstat neatly prints out network interface statistics. The
utility keeps records of the previous data displayed in history
files and by default only shows difference between the last and
the current call. Location of the history files defaults to
/tmp/.ifstat.u$UID but may be overridden with the IFSTAT_HISTORY
environment variable. Similarly, the default location for xstat
(extended stats) is /tmp/.<xstat name>_ifstat.u$UID.
Show summary of options.
Show version of program.
Ignore the history file.
Sample statistics every SECS second.
Don't display any output. Update the history file only.
Don't update the history file.
Report average over the last SECS seconds.
Show entries with zero activity.
Display results in JSON format
If combined with --json, pretty print the output.
Show extended stats of TYPE. Supported types are:
cpu_hits - Counts only packets that went via the
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iproute2 28 Oct 2015 IFSTAT(8)