Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 9129
netstat should allow more granularity in --numeric
Last modified: 2008-05-01 11:37:54 EDT
Netstat only has one option, -n or --numeric, to disable resolution of host
names, user names and port names. However, in most cases the user only
really cares about disabling host-name resolution, since that's what
usually causes netstat to hang or run slowly. There should be more
granularity in the selection of what should be disabled.
The enclosed patch adds three options to netstat: --numeric-hosts,
--numeric-ports and --numeric-users, which disables resolution of each of
those without affecting the others.
Created attachment 91 [details]
add --numeric-* options to netstat
*** Bug 8920 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
The duplicate is an ooops, fixing. Dratted bug #'s ...
Fixed (patch added) in net-tools-1.57-1. Thanks (again :-) for the patch.
included your patch in the upstream net-tools CVS, thanks for the contribution.