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Old 20th January 2011, 23:17
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Default How to measure http/ftp/ssh bandwidth per user basis.

hello, i need to make a php application to limit user's bandwidth but the problem is i'm not sure how to measure the http/ftp/ssh traffic per user basis.

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You can measure the http and ftp traffic by parsing the Apache and FTP logs. For example, file sizes are logged in Apache's access log.
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