userspace program needs access to network stats in solaris 2.5


userspace program needs access to network stats in solaris 2.5

Postby DY » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 07:30:23 GMT

I thought I could use libkstat, but on SunOS 5.5 the modern
obytes/ibytes counters are not present in kstats' net module on this
old system.  Does anyone have any hints or advice on how my userspace
program could find out the input/outbut bits from the le0 interface?

Kind regards,

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