PRs for manpage 'netstat(1)'
This is an experimental report containing PRs for manpage 'netstat(1)' as of Fri May 30 07:38:20 2014 UTC. See notes.
PRs for manpage 'netstat(1)':
|o||2014/04/01||bin/188153||Interface name in the netstat(1) command is displayed as the first 7 characters, and the rest is cut off|
|o||2013/11/02||bin/183598||[patch] netstat(1): wrong display of humanized packets counter|
|o||2013/03/04||bin/176639||[patch] netstat(1) will display pcb table twice for any ip interfaces.|
|o||2011/11/15||docs/162587||doc||unclear/incomplete description of per-interface statistics flag in netstat(1)|
|o||2011/10/25||bin/161986||[patch] netstat(1): Interface auto-width in "netstat -rn"|
|o||2011/08/30||bin/160320||netstat(1): netstat -f inet6 does not output properly columns|
|o||2010/11/04||bin/151937||[patch] netstat(1) utility lack support of displaying rtt related counters of tcp sockets|
|o||2010/01/17||bin/142913||[patch] netstat(1) -w should produce error message if fed a negative value|
|s||2009/12/10||bin/141340||netstat(1): wrong netstat -w 1 output|
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