On Tue, 1 May 2001 23:52, Chee Chew wrote:
> I am correcting some data from cflowd.
> The filename is xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.flows.0 - xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.flows.9
> I am not sure what is the actual format of the data as I first time seing
> this data.
> When I use pico to view this file, I couldn't interprete them at all. Can
> anyone tell me what is the actual format of the raw data file and any
> simple utility to view them?
> Someone please help!
Pico will not help, as the flows are as you say raw data. You need to use the
flowdump utility that is part of the cflowd distribution, which will
translate that raw data into a human readable form, eg:
If you really want to know the actual format, check the the cflowd source, in
the file ./classes/include/CflowdRawFlow.hh, but this will only be useful if
you can read C++.
Hope this is what you wanted,
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