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Linux: How to get current bandwidth usage from command line?

I'm looking for a good way to get the current total bandwidth usage on a linux machine, i've tried iftop, nethogs, but they doesn't show real bandwidth usage (compared to system monitor), anyway they ...
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Linux terminal single command resource usage

I cant find way to monitor single linux terminal command. I want to monitor this command: php index.php parse The problem is this process works too short to get pid so I hope there is something ...
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Monitor disk activity, á la top, or nettop (per process) on a Mac? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What's causing all the disk activity on OS X? I find that disk I/O is the single biggest cause of slowdowns on modern computers.. and find "Activity Monitor"'s "Disk ...
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System monitoring tool via command line in Windows

Is there a command line tool for Windows XP to display system resources, like available memory usage, cpu, diskspace etc... Small and requires a non-install. Best Regards, Anders
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Utility to continuously monitor an arbitrary command

I seem to recall there exists a small UNIX tool to repeatedly execute and display the output of another command at a given interval. Kind of like "top" works by default but then for any other ...
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monitor all changes to files on UNIX system

I'm trying to figure out what changes to disk an app does.. and it's very messy. I'd like a way to monitor my entire file system for a few seconds to know which files have been accessed and written ...