SSH command for bandwidth usage?

Jovani

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I want to know some ways that using commands to check bandwidth usage with ssh?

For users and root account. thanks
 

MarcS

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I believe it's not possible. This question is well discussed here but could not reach to conclusion.

[URLnofo]http://serverfault.com/questions/54483/how-can-i-monitor-per-user-bandwidth-on-linux[/URLnofo]

Alternatively, if you are using Ubuntu then following is the solution.

[URLnofo]http://askubuntu.com/questions/28926/how-to-monitor-network-bandwidth-per-user-on-ubuntu-server[/URLnofo]

However, per user bandwidth measurement is not necessary then you can install command-line tools like nethogs Nload, iftop, iptraf. These tools allows users to monitor the incoming and outgoing traffic separately.
 

UWH-David

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If you are using cPanel for example, you could perform the following via shell:
jvulinux.wordpress.com/2013/07/18/find-user-bandwidth-via-ssh-shell-cpanelwhm/
 
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