Query live connections?

Tomasz Ciolek tmc at vandradlabs.com.au
Thu Jan 7 01:10:02 MST 2010

Would 'netstat -antp | grep rsync' get the information youre after?

On Wed, Jan 06, 2010 at 02:06:56PM -0800, Erich Weiler wrote:
> Hi All,
> I was hoping someone would know the answer to this question I had...
> I know the rsync daemon has the "Max connections" module, which
> works great.  However, I was wondering if there was a good way for
> me to:
> 1: Query rsync to get the number of live connections it thinks it has?
> 2: Or better yet, how does rsync itself check for the number of connections?
> I'm trying to graph the number of folks we have connected at any
> given time, and running ps, lsof or netstat and parsing with a
> script is kinda clunky...  Does anyone know a better way?
> Thanks in advance!!
> -erich
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