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I have a 400M bytes pcap file which contains one TCP flow. I want to extract the transferred data on this flow. So I follow tcp flow and extract the data to tmp file. The command is as below. Result of this command is correct. But the performance is very bad. It takes 7~8 minutes. Is there any method to improve the performance?

tshark -n -r "query29_reconstructFileFTP32705_1.pcap" -q -z "follow,tcp,raw,," > fm_tmp_txt

asked 27 Jul '17, 06:58

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