Eduardo Meyer escreveu:
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> Now my next problem, do the sabe with sockstat....
>
> %sockstat | head -4
> USER COMMAND PID FD PROTO LOCAL ADDRESS FOREIGN ADDRESS
> freebsdsupportsshd 57255 3 tcp4 172.16.0.225:22 172.16.0.69:63583
> freebsdsupportsshd 57255 4 stream -> ??
> root sshd 57253 3 tcp4 172.16.0.225:22 172.16.0.69:63583
>
> So I have the USER and COMMAND column "merged" in a single string,
> because username is large. Again, space can not be used as a
> separator, but hopefully only the patterns with "->" will have space
> if not a column separator, easier to parse.
>
> But sockstat have no formatting option to be issued like -o from
> ps(1). Measing in the very first sockstat output, I dont know what to
> do...


You wont be able to parse it. I believe sockstat was written when
username was limited to 8 chars. Therefore, it will count until the 9th
position to print another space.

I dont know if patching is an option for you, but you can truncate the
username printing up to 8 chars. This is the huge patch which will make
your output look better and get fully parseable:

--- sockstat.c.orig 2007-06-16 17:24:55.000000000 -0300
+++ sockstat.c 2008-10-30 21:57:05.000000000 -0200
@@ -586,7 +586,7 @@
if ((pwd = getpwuid(xf->xf_uid)) == NULL)
pos += xprintf("%lu", (u_long)xf->xf_uid);
else
- pos += xprintf("%s", pwd->pw_name);
+ pos += xprintf("%.8s", pwd->pw_name);
while (pos < 9)
pos += xprintf(" ");
pos += xprintf("%.10s", getprocname(xf->xf_pid));




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