nutop - display top NUFW Users
nutop [ -help ] [ -c config file ] [ -delay refresh delay (seconds) ] [
-line number of lines to display ] [ -databasetype mysql/pgsql ] [
-host db host ] [ -user db username ] [ -pass db password ] [
-databasename db database name ] [ -tablename db table ] [ -port db
This manual page documents the nutop command.
Nutop is to be used by administrators willing to view users activity on
a NuFW server, in real time. The display is designed to look a lot like
the well known top command, as far as general layout is concerned.
The default configuration file (containing SQL connections parameters)
is located at /etc/nufw/nutop.conf. If decided to customize it to their
needs, care should be taken about file permissions on that file, as it
might let any user of the system access to the NuFW connection tracking
Original packaging and informations and help can be found from
-help Issues usage details and exits.
-c config file
Specifies config file to read SQL parameters from. Default is
Specifies a rate to refresh display. This parameter is
interpeted as a number of seconds. Default is 2s.
Number of lines to display. Default : 20
Type of database to connect to. Default is mysql. This setting
also sets the default port setting.
IP address or FQDN of database we connect to. Default value :
Database username to connect as. Default is "nutop"
Password to use to connect to database.
-databasename name of database
Name of database we connect to. Default is "nulog"
-tablename name of table
Name of SQL table to use for queries. Default is "ulog"
-port TCP port
TCP numeric port to use for database connection. Default is 3306
if databasetype is mysql, 5432 if pgsql.
Nufw was designed and coded by Eric Leblond, aka Regit (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)
, and Vincent Deffontaines, aka gryzor (<email@example.com>). Original
idea in 2001, while working on NSM Ldap support.
This manual page was written by Vincent Deffontaines
Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document
under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 2 as
published by the Free Software Foundation; with no Invariant Sections,
no Front-Cover Texts and no Back-Cover Texts.
18 mars 2007