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From "alu, artifex" <apache-u...@artifex.co.at>
Subject Re: How can you count incoming and outgoing traffic for an application?
Date Thu, 01 Jul 2004 12:28:26 GMT

tomcat doesnt know anything about tcp/ip traffic. go for a network 
analyzer or something similar.

art

Ivan Jouikov wrote:

> I was wandering how can you count traffic in Tomcat?
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> One way that I could think of, is to write a filter, and have it wrap 
> the response output stream, and count the bytes.  But that won’t count 
> the TCP IP headers size…  Is there any way to effectively count 
> traffic for a given application using Tomcat?
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