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MULTIDUMP(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		  MULTIDUMP(1)

NAME
     multidump -- run multiple rtpdumps	simultaneously

SYNOPSIS
     multidump [-F format] [-t minutes]	[-x bytes] basename [address]/port
	       [...]

DESCRIPTION
     multidump runs multiple rtpdump(1)	sessions simultaneously.  For every
     [address]/port, one rtpdump(1) process is started accordingly.  The dumps
     are stored	in basename.*, numbered	from basename.1	increasingly.  The -F,
     -t	and -x flags, if present, are passed to	every rtpdump(1) process.

     If	the -t flags is	used, multidump	will wait for all the rtpdump(1) pro-
     cesses to finish.	Otherwise, multidump will need to be killed with a
     signal, in	which case it kills the	running	processes as well.

SEE ALSO
     multiplay(1), rtpdump(1)

FreeBSD	13.0		       December	8, 2017			  FreeBSD 13.0

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