nfstrace is an Network file system monitoring, capturing and analyzer.

nfstrace is an Network file system monitoring, capturing and analyzer.

nfstrace can performs live Ethernet 1 Gbps – 10 Gbps packets capturing and helps to determine NFS/CIFS procedures in raw network traffic. Furthermore, it performs filtration, dumping, compression, statistical analysis, visualization and provides the API for custom pluggable analysis modules.
nfstrace is written in C++ programming language and supports the following protocols:
– Ethernet
– IPv4 | IPv6
– UDP | TCP
– NFSv3 | NFSv4 | NFSv4.1 | CIFSv1 | CIFSv2

nfstrace is an NFS and CIFS tracing/monitoring/capturing/analyzing tool.

nfstrace has been tested on the following GNU/Linux and FreeBSD systems:
+ Debian Sid packages build-logs
+ Fedora 26
+ OpenSUSE 13.2
+ Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
+ CentOS 7
+ Arch Linux
+ FreeBSD 10.1
+ Alt Linux 7.0.5

Dependencies:
+ gcc >= 6 or clang >= 3.8
+ CMake (version 3.0 or newer)
Eksternal Dependencies:
+-+ PCAP library (core component)
+-+ JSON-C library (used for libjson.so plugin)
+-+ Curses (used for libwatch.so plugin)
+-+ GMock (used for testing)

Usage and install:

Source: http://epam.github.io/nfstrace/