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Check this link for list of applications that you can choose one of them as your needs... I advice you by cacti bandwidth-monitoring-tools-for-linux
cant really help you with individual application usage log but total bandwidth in a day and total month can be logged by vnstat. sudo apt-get install vnstat hope that helps.
Following are the tools for monitoring a linux system System commands like top, free -m, vmstat, iostat, iotop, sar, netstat etc. Nothing comes near these linux utility when you are debugging a problem. These command give you a clear picture that is going inside your server SeaLion: Agent executes all the commands mentioned in #1 (also user defined) and ...
I figured it out thanks to some direction from Braiam's comment on my original question. I re-ran sensors-detect and answered yes to the question about adding the lines to /etc/modules. I think I selected the default of no the first time through. Now I get a much more complete output from sensors that includes non-virtual devices. Here's what I'm getting ...
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