Am I dropping UDP packets?

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(New page: == Solaris == * IPv4 UDP datagrams dropped: $ '''netstat -f inet -s | grep udpInOverflows''' * IPv6 UDP datagrams dropped: $ '''netstat -f inet6 -s | grep udpInOverflows''' == Linux ==...)
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== Solaris ==
 
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* IPv4 UDP datagrams dropped:
 
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$ '''netstat -f inet -s | grep udpInOverflows'''
 
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* IPv6 UDP datagrams dropped:
 
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$ '''netstat -f inet6 -s | grep udpInOverflows'''
 
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== Linux ==
== Linux ==
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* Consider using '''netstat -csu''' for continuous UDP statistics.
* Consider using '''netstat -csu''' for continuous UDP statistics.
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== Solaris ==
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* IPv4 UDP datagrams dropped:
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$ '''netstat -f inet -s | grep udpInOverflows'''
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* IPv6 UDP datagrams dropped:
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$ '''netstat -f inet6 -s | grep udpInOverflows'''

Current revision

Linux

  • UDP datagrams dropped:
$ netstat -su | grep packet "receive errors"
  • Consider using netstat -csu for continuous UDP statistics.

Solaris

  • IPv4 UDP datagrams dropped:
$ netstat -f inet -s | grep udpInOverflows
  • IPv6 UDP datagrams dropped:
$ netstat -f inet6 -s | grep udpInOverflows
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