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NAME NAME
vnstat - a console-based network traffic monitor vnstat - a console-based network traffic monitor
SYNOPSIS SYNOPSIS
vnstat [-5bDedhlmqstvy?] [--add] [--begin date] [--config file] [--days vnstat [-5bDedhlmqstvy?] [--add] [--alert output exit type condition lim
[limit]] [--dbdir [directory]] it unit] [--begin date] [--con-
[--dbiflist [mode]] [--debug] [--end date] [--fiveminutes [limit]] [--h fig file] [--days [limit]] [--dbdir directory] [--dbiflist [mode]] [--deb
elp] [-hg] [--hours [limit]] ug] [--end date] [--fiveminutes
[--hoursgraph] [-i interface] [--iface interface] [--iflist [mode]] [ [limit]] [--help] [-hg] [--hours [limit]] [--hoursgraph] [-i interface
--json [mode] [limit]] [--limit ] [--iface interface] [--iflist
limit] [--live [mode]] [--locale locale] [--longhelp] [--months [limit]] [mode]] [--json [mode] [limit]] [--limit limit] [--live [mode]] [--locale
[--oneline [mode]] [--query] locale] [--longhelp] [--months
[--rateunit [mode]] [--remove] [--rename name] [-ru [mode]] [--setalias [limit]] [--oneline [mode]] [--query] [--rateunit [mode]] [--remove
alias] [--short] [--showconfig] ] [--rename name] [-ru [mode]]
[--style number] [--top [limit]] [-tr [time]] [--traffic [time]] [--ver [--setalias alias] [--short] [--showconfig] [--style number] [--top [lim
sion] [--xml [mode] [limit]] it]] [-tr [time]] [--traffic
[--years [limit]] [interface] [time]] [--version] [--xml [mode] [limit]] [--years [limit]] [interface]
DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION
vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor. It keeps a log of 5 minute interval, hourly, daily, vnStat is a console-based network traffic monitor. It keeps a log of 5 minute interval, hourly, daily,
monthly and yearly network traffic for the selected interface(s). Howeve r, it isn't a packet sniffer. monthly and yearly network traffic for the selected interface(s). Howeve r, it isn't a packet sniffer.
The traffic information is read from the proc(5) or sys filesystems depe nding on availability resulting The traffic information is read from the proc(5) or sys filesystems depe nding on availability resulting
in light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate. That way vnStat can be used even in light use of system resources regardless of network traffic rate. That way vnStat can be used even
without root permissions on most systems. without root permissions on most systems.
Functionality is divided into two commands. The purpose of the vnstat com mand is to provide an interface Functionality is divided into two commands. The purpose of the vnstat com mand is to provide an interface
for querying the traffic information stored in the database whereas the d aemon vnstatd(8) is responsible for querying the traffic information stored in the database whereas the d aemon vnstatd(8) is responsible
for data retrieval, caching and storage. Although the daemon process is c onstantly running as a service, for data retrieval, caching and storage. Although the daemon process is c onstantly running as a service,
it is actually spending most of its time sleeping between data updates. it is actually spending most of its time sleeping between data updates.
OPTIONS OPTIONS
--add Create database entry for interface specified with -i or --iface o ption. The daemon can be run- --add Create database entry for interface specified with -i or --iface o ption. The daemon can be run-
ning during this operation and will automatically start mon itoring the interface without a ning during this operation and will automatically start mon itoring the interface without a
restart within SaveInterval minutes if configuration option Rescan DatabaseOnSave is enabled. Oth- restart within SaveInterval minutes if configuration option Rescan DatabaseOnSave is enabled. Oth-
erwise the daemon needs to be restarted in order for the added int erface to be monitored. erwise the daemon needs to be restarted in order for the added int erface to be monitored.
--alert output exit type condition limit unit
Depending on values of given parameters, show alert, use differe
nt exit status or a combination
of both when configured situation is met.
output parameter takes a number from 0 to 3 and controls when, if
at all, the command will result
in output. '0' never produces output, '1' always produces out
put, '2' shows output only when
usage estimate exceeds limit and '3' shows output only when limit
is exceeded.
exit parameter takes a number from 0 to 3 and controls the exit st
atus of the command. '0' always
uses exit status 0, '1' always uses exit status 1, '2' uses
exit status 1 if usage estimate
exceeds limit but otherwise exit status 0 and '3' uses exit status
1 if limit is exceeded but
otherwise exit status 0.
type parameter defines to which time range type usage the limit
is compared against. Available
options: 'h', 'hour', 'hourly', 'd', 'day', 'daily', 'm', 'mon
th', 'monthly', 'y', 'year',
'yearly'.
condition parameter defines if limit is compared to received (
rx), transmitted (tx), total or
estimated usage of these three. Available options: 'rx', 'tx', 'to
tal', 'rx_estimate', 'tx_esti-
mate', 'total_estimate'.
limit is a greater than zero integer without decimals which define
s the traffic usage limit using
the unit defined with the unit parameter. unit accepts the follow
ing options: 'B', 'KiB', 'MiB',
'GiB', 'TiB', 'PiB', 'EiB', 'KB', 'MB', 'GB', 'TB', 'PB', 'EB'. U
sage must exceed limit in order
for the alarm to activate. Exactly the same usage as limit does no
t raise the alarm.
Estimate calculation isn't limited to the estimate options in cond
ition parameter but can also be
achieved by using the estimate option in output or exit parameters
. Missing or invalid parameters
will result in --alert specific help output being shown.
-b, --begin date -b, --begin date
Begin the list output with a specific date / time defined by Begin the list output with a specific date / time defined by date
date instead of the begin being instead of the begin being
selected based on the number of entries to be shown. If date isn' selected based on the number of entries to be shown. If date
t available in the database isn't available in the database
then the closest later date will be used. date supports the foll then the closest later date will be used. date supports the follo
owing formats: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM wing formats: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM,
and YYYY-MM-DD. This option can only be used with --json , --xml YYYY-MM-DD and "today". This option can only be used with --json
and list outputs. , --xml and list outputs.
--config file --config file
Use file as configuration file instead of using automatic configur ation file search functional- Use file as configuration file instead of using automatic config uration file search functional-
ity. ity.
-d, --days [limit] -d, --days [limit]
Show traffic statistics on a daily basis for the last days. The Show traffic statistics on a daily basis for the last days. The le
length of the list will be lim- ngth of the list will be lim-
ited to 30 entries unless configured otherwise or unless the optio ited to 30 entries unless configured otherwise or unless the op
nal limit parameter is used. tional limit parameter is used.
All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set t o 0. All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set t o 0.
--dbdir directory --dbdir directory
Use directory as database directory instead of using the directory specified in the configuration Use directory as database directory instead of using the directory specified in the configuration
file or the hardcoded default if no configuration file is availabl e. file or the hardcoded default if no configuration file is availabl e.
--dbiflist [mode] --dbiflist [mode]
List interfaces currently in the database. If mode is not defined List interfaces currently in the database. If mode is not defined
or is set to 0 then the output or is set to 0 then the output
will use a one line verbose format. If mode is set to 1 then the will use a one line verbose format. If mode is set to 1 then the o
output will contain one inter- utput will contain one inter-
face per line. See also --iflist. face per line. See also --iflist.
-D, --debug -D, --debug
Show additional debug output. Show additional debug output.
-e, --end date -e, --end date
End the list output with a specific date / time defined by date in stead of the latest date / time End the list output with a specific date / time defined by date in stead of the latest date / time
in the database. If date isn't available in the database then t in the database. If date isn't available in the database then the
he closest earlier date will be closest earlier date will be
used. date supports the following formats: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM and used. date supports the following formats: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM a
YYYY-MM-DD. This option can nd YYYY-MM-DD. This option can
only be used with --json , --xml and list outputs. The top list a only be used with --json , --xml and list outputs. The top list al
lso requires --begin to be used so requires --begin to be used
at the same time with this option. at the same time with this option.
-5, --fiveminutes [limit] -5, --fiveminutes [limit]
Show traffic statistics with a 5 minute resolution for the last ho Show traffic statistics with a 5 minute resolution for the last
urs. The length of the list hours. The length of the list
will be limited to 24 entries unless configured otherwise or unle will be limited to 24 entries unless configured otherwise or unles
ss the optional limit parameter s the optional limit parameter
is used. All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set to 0. is used. All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set to 0.
-h, --hours [limit] -h, --hours [limit]
Show traffic statistics on a hourly basis. The length of the list Show traffic statistics on a hourly basis. The length of the lis
will be limited to 24 entries t will be limited to 24 entries
unless configured otherwise or unless the optional limit paramete unless configured otherwise or unless the optional limit parameter
r is used. All entries store in is used. All entries store in
the database will be shown if the limit is set to 0. the database will be shown if the limit is set to 0.
-hg, --hoursgraph -hg, --hoursgraph
Show traffic statistics on a hourly basis for the last 24 hours us ing a bar graph followed by a Show traffic statistics on a hourly basis for the last 24 hours using a bar graph followed by a
table representing the numerical data. table representing the numerical data.
-i, --iface interface -i, --iface interface
Select one specific interface and apply actions to only it. For q Select one specific interface and apply actions to only it. For da
ueries, it is possible to merge tabase queries, it is possible
the information of two or more interfaces using the interface1+int to merge the information of two or more interfaces using the int
erface2+... syntax. All pro- erface1+interface2+... syntax.
vided interfaces must be unique and must exist in the database whe All provided interfaces must be unique and must exist in the datab
n the merge syntax is used. ase when the merge syntax is
used. Optionally, depending on the InterfaceMatchMethod configur
ation setting, interface can be
replaced with alias previously set using --setalias. Merge syntax
isn't supported when alias is
used. The -i, --iface option is optional and interface can be u
sed as parameter on the command
line for selecting the used interface even without the option bein
g explicitly used.
--iflist [mode] --iflist [mode]
List currently available interfaces. If mode is not defined or i s set to 0 then the output will List currently available interfaces. If mode is not defined or is set to 0 then the output will
use a one line verbose format. If mode is set to 1 then the output will contain one interface per use a one line verbose format. If mode is set to 1 then the output will contain one interface per
line. See also --dbiflist. line. See also --dbiflist.
--json [mode] [limit] --json [mode] [limit]
Show database content for selected interface or all interfaces in json format. All traffic values Show database content for selected interface or all interfaces in json format. All traffic values
in the output are in bytes. An optional mode parameter can be used in the output are in bytes. An optional mode parameter can be
for limiting the output to used for limiting the output to
only selected information. Everything is shown by default. Setti only selected information. Everything is shown by default. Settin
ng mode to 'f' will output only g mode to 'f' will output only
5 minute resolution entries, 'h' hours, 'd' days, 'm' months, 'y' 5 minute resolution entries, 'h' hours, 'd' days, 'm' months,
years and 't' the top days. 'y' years and 't' the top days.
Alternatively or in combination with mode an optional limit par Alternatively or in combination with mode an optional limit parame
ameter can be used to limit the ter can be used to limit the
number of entries in the output. The --json option can be used in combination with -l, --live and number of entries in the output. The --json option can be used in combination with -l, --live and
-tr options without mode or limit having any effect to the outpu t. The jsonversion field in the -tr options without mode or limit having any effect to the output. The jsonversion field in the
output contains the API version information. It will be changed on ly when the names or structures output contains the API version information. It will be changed on ly when the names or structures
of previously existing content gets changed. In comparison, the vnstatversion field exists only of previously existing content gets changed. In comparison, the vn statversion field exists only
as extra information. as extra information.
--limit limit --limit limit
Set the maximum number of shown entries in list outputs to limit. Usage of --limit overrides the Set the maximum number of shown entries in list outputs to limit. Usage of --limit overrides the
default list entry limit values and the optional limit parameter g iven directly for a list query. default list entry limit values and the optional limit parameter g iven directly for a list query.
All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set t o 0. --limit can also be used All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set to 0. --limit can also be used
to control the length of --json and --xml outputs. to control the length of --json and --xml outputs.
-l, --live [mode] -l, --live [mode]
Display current transfer rate for the selected interface in real Display current transfer rate for the selected interface in real t
time until interrupted. Statis- ime until interrupted. Statis-
tics will be shown after interruption if the runtime was more than tics will be shown after interruption if the runtime was more th
10 seconds. An optional mode an 10 seconds. An optional mode
parameter can be used to select between the displaying of packets parameter can be used to select between the displaying of packets
per second (mode 0) and trans- per second (mode 0) and trans-
fer counters (mode 1) during execution. --style can also be used fer counters (mode 1) during execution. --style can also be u
to affect the layout of the sed to affect the layout of the
output. The output will be in json format if used in combination w ith --json option. output. The output will be in json format if used in combination w ith --json option.
--locale locale --locale locale
Use locale instead of using the locale setting specified in the c onfiguration file or the system Use locale instead of using the locale setting specified in the co nfiguration file or the system
default if no configuration file is available. default if no configuration file is available.
--longhelp --longhelp
Show complete options list. Show complete options list.
-m, --months [limit] -m, --months [limit]
Show traffic statistics on a monthly basis for the last months. Th e length of the list will be Show traffic statistics on a monthly basis for the last months. The length of the list will be
limited to 12 entries unless configured otherwise or unless the op tional limit parameter is used. limited to 12 entries unless configured otherwise or unless the op tional limit parameter is used.
All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set t o 0. All entries stored in the database will be shown if limit is set t o 0.
--oneline [mode] --oneline [mode]
Show traffic summary for selected interface using one line with a Show traffic summary for selected interface using one line wit
parsable format. The output h a parsable format. The output
contains 15 fields with ; used as field delimiter. The 1st field contains 15 fields with ; used as field delimiter. The 1st field c
contains the API version infor- ontains the API version infor-
mation of the output that will only be changed in future versions mation of the output that will only be changed in future versions
if the field content or struc- if the field content or struc-
ture changes. The following fields in order 2) interface name, 3) ture changes. The following fields in order 2) interface name, 3)
timestamp for today, 4) rx for timestamp for today, 4) rx for
today, 5) tx for today, 6) total for today, 7) average traffic rat today, 5) tx for today, 6) total for today, 7) average traffic r
e for today, 8) timestamp for ate for today, 8) timestamp for
current month, 9) rx for current month, 10) tx for current mont current month, 9) rx for current month, 10) tx for current month,
h, 11) total for current month, 11) total for current month,
12) average traffic rate for current month, 13) all time total rx, 14) all time total tx, 15) all 12) average traffic rate for current month, 13) all time total rx, 14) all time total tx, 15) all
time total traffic. An optional mode parameter can be used t o force all fields to output in time total traffic. An optional mode parameter can be used to for ce all fields to output in
bytes without the unit itself shown. bytes without the unit itself shown.
-q, --query -q, --query
Force database query mode. Force database query mode.
--remove --remove
Delete the database entry for the interface specified with -i or - -iface and stop monitoring it. Delete the database entry for the interface specified with -i or --iface and stop monitoring it.
The daemon can be running during this operation and will automatic ally detect the change. The daemon can be running during this operation and will automatic ally detect the change.
--rename name --rename name
Rename the interface specified with -i or --iface in the databa se with new name name. The new Rename the interface specified with -i or --iface in the database with new name name. The new
name cannot already exist in the database. This operation doesn't cause any data loss. The daemon name cannot already exist in the database. This operation doesn't cause any data loss. The daemon
should not be running during this operation. should not be running during this operation.
-ru, --rateunit [mode] -ru, --rateunit [mode]
Swap the configured rate unit. If rate has been configured to be s hown in bytes then rate will be Swap the configured rate unit. If rate has been configured to be s hown in bytes then rate will be
shown in bits if this option is present. In the same way, if rate has been configured to be shown shown in bits if this option is present. In the same way, if rate has been configured to be shown
in bits then rate will be shown in bytes when this option is pr in bits then rate will be shown in bytes when this option is prese
esent. Alternatively, mode with nt. Alternatively, mode with
either 0 or 1 can be used as parameter for this option in order to either 0 or 1 can be used as parameter for this option in order
select between bytes (0) and to select between bytes (0) and
bits (1) regardless of the configuration file setting. bits (1) regardless of the configuration file setting.
--setalias alias --setalias alias
Set alias as an alias for the selected interface to be shown i Set alias as an alias for the selected interface to be shown in qu
n queries. The set alias can be eries. The set alias can be
removed by specifying an empty string for alias. The daemon can b removed by specifying an empty string for alias. The daemon ca
e running during this opera- n be running during this opera-
tion. tion.
-s, --short -s, --short
Use short output mode. This mode is also used when more than on e interface is available in the Use short output mode. This mode is also used when more than one i nterface is available in the
database and no specific interface is selected. database and no specific interface is selected.
--showconfig --showconfig
Show current configuration using the same format as the configurat ion file itself uses. Show current configuration using the same format as the configurat ion file itself uses.
--style number --style number
Modify the content and style of outputs. Set number to 0 for a nar Modify the content and style of outputs. Set number to 0 for a
rower output, 1 for enabling narrower output, 1 for enabling
bar column, 2 for same as previous but with average traffic rate bar column, 2 for same as previous but with average traffic rate v
visible in summary output and 3 isible in summary output and 3
for enabling average traffic rate in all outputs where it is suppo for enabling average traffic rate in all outputs where it is s
rted. 4 disables the use of upported. 4 disables the use of
terminal control characters in -l / --live mode. terminal control characters in -l / --live mode.
-t, --top [limit] -t, --top [limit]
Show all time top traffic days. The length of the list will be li mited to 10 entries unless con- Show all time top traffic days. The length of the list will be lim ited to 10 entries unless con-
figured otherwise or unless the optional limit parameter is used. All entries stored in the data- figured otherwise or unless the optional limit parameter is used. All entries stored in the data-
base will be shown if limit is set to 0. When used with --begin and optionally with --end, the base will be shown if limit is set to 0. When used with --begin an d optionally with --end, the
list will be generated using the daily data instead of separate to p entries. The availability of list will be generated using the daily data instead of separate to p entries. The availability of
daily data defines the boundaries the date specific query can acce ss. daily data defines the boundaries the date specific query can acce ss.
-tr, --traffic [time] -tr, --traffic [time]
Calculate how much traffic goes through the selected interface dur ing the given time seconds. The Calculate how much traffic goes through the selected interface dur ing the given time seconds. The
time will be 5 seconds if a number parameter isn't specified. The time will be 5 seconds if a number parameter isn't specified. Th
output will be in json format e output will be in json format
if used in combination with --json option. However, in that cas if used in combination with --json option. However, in that case,
e, the countdown before results the countdown before results
isn't shown. isn't shown.
-v, --version -v, --version
Show current version. Show current version.
--xml [mode] [limit] --xml [mode] [limit]
Show database content for selected interface or all interfaces in Show database content for selected interface or all interfaces in
xml format. All traffic values xml format. All traffic values
in the output are in bytes. An optional mode parameter can be in the output are in bytes. An optional mode parameter can be used
used for limiting the output to for limiting the output to
only selected information. Everything is shown by default. Settin only selected information. Everything is shown by default. Setti
g mode to 'f' will output only ng mode to 'f' will output only
5 minute resolution entries, 'h' hours, 'd' days, 'm' months, 5 minute resolution entries, 'h' hours, 'd' days, 'm' months, 'y'
'y' years and 't' the top days. years and 't' the top days.
Alternatively or in combination with mode an optional limit parame Alternatively or in combination with mode an optional limit par
ter can be used to limit the ameter can be used to limit the
number of entries in the output. The xmlversion field in the number of entries in the output. The xmlversion field in the outp
output contains the API version ut contains the API version
information. It will be changed only when the names or structures information. It will be changed only when the names or structures
of previously existing content of previously existing content
gets changed. In comparison, the vnstatversion field exists only a s extra information. gets changed. In comparison, the vnstatversion field exists only a s extra information.
-y, --years [limit] -y, --years [limit]
Show traffic statistics on a yearly basis for the last years. Th Show traffic statistics on a yearly basis for the last years. The
e list will show all entries by list will show all entries by
default unless configured otherwise or unless the optional limit p default unless configured otherwise or unless the optional limit
arameter is used. All entries parameter is used. All entries
stored in the database will also be shown if limit is set to 0. stored in the database will also be shown if limit is set to 0.
-?, --help -?, --help
Show a command option summary. Show a command option summary.
FILES FILES
/var/lib/vnstat/ /var/lib/vnstat/
Default database directory. Default database directory.
/etc/vnstat.conf /etc/vnstat.conf
Config file that will be used unless $HOME/.vnstatrc exists. See v nstat.conf(5) for more informa- Config file that will be used unless $HOME/.vnstatrc exists. See v nstat.conf(5) for more informa-
tion. tion.
EXAMPLES EXAMPLES
vnstat Display traffic summary for the default interface or multiple inte rfaces when more than one is vnstat Display traffic summary for the default interface or multiple i nterfaces when more than one is
monitored. monitored.
vnstat -i eth0+eth1+eth3 vnstat -i eth0+eth1+eth3
Display traffic summary for a merge of interfaces eth0, eth1 and e th3. Display traffic summary for a merge of interfaces eth0, eth1 and e th3.
vnstat -i eth2 --xml vnstat -i eth2 --xml
Output all information about interface eth2 in xml format. Output all information about interface eth2 in xml format.
vnstat --json vnstat --json
Output all information of all monitored interfaces in json format. Output all information of all monitored interfaces in json format.
vnstat -i eth0 --setalias local vnstat -i eth0 --setalias local
Give interface eth0 the alias "local". That information will b e later visible as a label when Give interface eth0 the alias "local". That information will be la ter visible as a label when
eth0 is queried. eth0 is queried.
vnstat -i eth2 --remove vnstat -i eth2 --remove
Delete database entries for interface eth2 and stop monitoring it. Delete database entries for interface eth2 and stop monitoring it.
RESTRICTIONS RESTRICTIONS
Updates need to be executed at least as often as it is possible for the Updates need to be executed at least as often as it is possible for t
interface to generate enough he interface to generate enough
traffic to overflow the kernel interface traffic counter. Otherwise, i traffic to overflow the kernel interface traffic counter. Otherwise, it i
t is possible that some traffic s possible that some traffic
won't be seen. With 32-bit interface traffic counters, the maximum time b won't be seen. With 32-bit interface traffic counters, the maximum time
etween two updates depends on between two updates depends on
how fast the interface can transfer 4 GiB. Note that there is no gua how fast the interface can transfer 4 GiB. Note that there is no guarant
rantee that a 64-bit kernel has ee that a 64-bit kernel has
64-bit interface traffic counters for all interfaces. Calculated theoreti cal times are: 64-bit interface traffic counters for all interfaces. Calculated theoreti cal times are:
10 Mbit: 54 minutes 10 Mbit: 54 minutes
100 Mbit: 5 minutes 100 Mbit: 5 minutes
1000 Mbit: 30 seconds 1000 Mbit: 30 seconds
Virtual and aliased interfaces cannot be monitored because the kernel doe Virtual and aliased interfaces cannot be monitored because the kernel d
sn't provide traffic informa- oesn't provide traffic informa-
tion for that type of interfaces. Such interfaces are usually named et tion for that type of interfaces. Such interfaces are usually named eth0:
h0:0, eth0:1, eth0:2 etc. where 0, eth0:1, eth0:2 etc. where
eth0 is the actual interface being aliased. eth0 is the actual interface being aliased.
Using long date output formats may cause misalignment in shown columns if the length of the date exceeds Using long date output formats may cause misalignment in shown columns if the length of the date exceeds
the fixed size allocation. the fixed size allocation.
AUTHOR AUTHOR
Teemu Toivola <tst at iki dot fi> Teemu Toivola <tst at iki dot fi>
SEE ALSO SEE ALSO
vnstatd(8), vnstati(1), vnstat.conf(5), proc(5), ifconfig(8), units(7) vnstatd(8), vnstati(1), vnstat.conf(5), proc(5), ifconfig(8), units(7)
version 2.8 SEPTEMBER 2021 VNSTAT(1) version 2.9 JANUARY 2022 VNSTAT(1)
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