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

multidump
run multiple rtpdumps simultaneously

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

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) processes to finish. Otherwise, multidump will need to be killed with a signal, in which case it kills the running processes as well.

multiplay(1), rtpdump(1)
December 8, 2017 FreeBSD 12.0-RELEASE

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