flowgrind-stop(1) helper tool for the advanced TCP traffic generator flowgrind


flowgrind-stop [OPTION]... [ADDRESS]...


flowgrind-stop is a helper tool for the advanced TCP traffic generator flowgrind(1). Using flowgrind-stop any flowgrindd(1) daemon can be instructed to terminate all active flows. This can be used to stop all tests in case the controller lost connection with the daemons.


Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.
-h, --help
display this help and exit
-v, --version
print version information and exit


flowgrind-stop localhost example.com


Flowgrind was original started by Daniel Schaffrath. The distributed measurement architecture and advanced traffic generation were later on added by Tim Kosse and Christian Samsel. Currently, flowgrind is developed and maintained Arnd Hannemann and Alexander Zimmermann.


The development and maintenance of flowgrind is primarily done via github <https://github.com/flowgrind/flowgrind>. Please report bugs via the issue webpage <https://github.com/flowgrind/flowgrind/issues>.