pmacct gives you absolute counters and time reference. Say, between
02:00 and 02:05 there have been 1GB transferred. So, while i confirm
pmacct can't give you the counters how you need them, you can easily
derive them. My recommendation would be to handle this post-processing
data output by pmacct, probably what you meant with your #2 option.


On Thu, May 11, 2017 at 08:33:31PM +0300, Black.S wrote:
> Hello all
> I'm nube in pmacct and network analyze.
> I want to analyze network content in my local network. I want to get
> traffic by flow:
> - bw/packet count  per hour
> - arithmetic average, median, quartile of bw/packet count
> Can I get its metrics by pmacct ?
> I look to tcpdump but it also cant have some filters.
> I have two ways
> 1) edit and add code to pmacct  (it take some time for understand pmacct)
> 2) write script for pmacct or tcpdump (low performance)
> Which way is right ?
> Can pmacct get me my metrics ?
> Thanks for you time

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