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how to check current vps speeds

how to check current vps speeds

sandrosandro Member
edited October 2012 in General

Hello, is there a way to check the current transfer speeds of the whole server o per application? For speeds I mean the Internet data that goes out and in aka upload and download.

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  • SimpleNodeSimpleNode Member
    edited October 2012

    iftop?

    ipsmasked, dont get mad

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  • iftop, vnstat, iptraf, or if you want pretty graphs use Cacti, or centreon, observium, and config snmp.

  • iftop looks perfect (even though I don't see the application "connected" to the remote IP) but it doesn't work for me. Whatever interface I set to listen to it shows nothing. Is it supposed to work on OpenVZ?

  • @sandro Are you running CentOS or Debian, Ubuntu etc (yum or APT-GET)

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  • SimpleNodeSimpleNode Member
    edited October 2012

    Try bmon? (screenshot shows me running it on OVZ)

    bmon

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  • I'm using ubuntu. bmon works. Is there something more detailed per user/server?

  • arieonlinearieonline Member
    edited October 2012

    per application? try nethogs

    apt-get install nethogs

    http://nethogs.sourceforge.net/

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