traffic.exe: Traffic on Domain:

The traffic.exe utility serves to manage traffic usage statistics for domains. Using this utility, you can perform the following tasks:

  • register certain amount of traffic
  • subtract certain amount of traffic
  • register certain amount of traffic from batch
  • reset traffic
Location

%plesk_cli% 

 

Usage
traffic.exe <command> [<param>] [
<option 1> <param> [<option 2> <param> ... [<option N> <param>]
]

 

Example

To add 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic to example.com traffic:

traffic.exe -a example.com -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

 

Commands
Command Parameter Description Example

--add or -a

<domain name>

Registers specified amount of traffic as if being already used by domain.

Requires all options.

To add 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic to example.com traffic:

traffic.exe -a example.com -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

 

--add-user or -au

<login>

Registers specified amount of traffic as if being already used by client/reseller.

Requires all options.

To add 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic to the traffic of user with the login name jdoe:

traffic.exe -a jdoe -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

--sub or -s

<domain name>

Subtracts specified amount of traffic from the amount registered for domain.

Requires all options.

To subtract 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic from example.com traffic:

traffic.exe -s example.com -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

--sub-user or -su

<login>

Subtracts specified amount of traffic from the amount registered for client/reseller.

Requires all options.

To subtract 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic from the traffic of user with the login name jdoe:

traffic.exe -s jdoe -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

--add-batch or -b

<domain name>

Registers in batch mode specified amount of traffic as if being already used by domain.

Requires all options.

To register traffic on example.com using file traf.conf:

traffic.exe -b example.com < traf.conf

 

The contents of traf.conf can be as follows:

-date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 10M -direction in

 

--add-batch-user or -bu

<login>

Registers in batch mode specified amount of traffic as if being already used by client/reseller.

Requires all options.

To register traffic used by user with the login name jdoe using file traf.conf:

traffic.exe -b jdoe < traf.conf

 

The contents of traf.conf can be as follows:

-date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 10M -direction in

--del or -d

<domain name>

Resets the amount of traffic registered for this domain to zero.

Requires -date, -type, -direction options.

To reset outbound traffic for example.com:

traffic.exe -d example.com -date 2008-10-17 -type http -direction out

--del-user or -d

<login>

Resets the amount of traffic registered for this client/reseller to zero.

Requires -date, -type, -direction options.

To reset outbound traffic for user with the login name jdoe:

traffic.exe -d jdoe -date 2008-10-17 -type http -direction out

--help or -h

Displays help on the utility usage.

To view the help info on the use of this utility:

traffic.exe --help

 

Options
Option Parameter Description Example

-date

<YYYY-MM-DD>

Sets timestamp for the traffic statistics change being performed.

 

To add 100Mb of inbound HTTP traffic to example.com traffic:

traffic.exe -a example.com -date 2008-10-17 -type http -value 100M -direction in

-type

http|ftp|pop3-imap|smtp>

Specifies the traffic type.

-value

<number>[B|K|M|G|T]

Specifies the amount of added/subtracted traffic.

-direction

in|out

Specifies the traffic direction.

 

 

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