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5.5. File Sets

When using the "Multiple Files" option while doing a capture (see: Section 4.7, “Capture files and file modes”), the capture data is spread over several capture files, called a file set.

As it can become tedious to work with a file set by hand, Wireshark provides some features to handle these file sets in a convenient way.

The following features in the "File Set" submenu of the "File" menu are available to work with file sets in a convenient way:

  • The List Files dialog box will list the files Wireshark has recognized as being part of the current file set.

  • Next File closes the current and opens the next file in the file set.

  • Previous File closes the current and opens the previous file in the file set.

5.5.1. The "List Files" dialog box

Figure 5.10. The "List Files" dialog box

The "List Files" dialog box

Each line contains information about a file of the file set:

  • Filename the name of the file. If you click on the filename (or the radio button left to it), the current file will be closed and the corresponding capture file will be opened.

  • Created the creation time of the file

  • Last Modified the last time the file was modified

  • Size the size of the file

The last line will contain info about the currently used directory where all of the files in the file set can be found.

The content of this dialog box is updated each time a capture file is opened/closed.

The Close button will, well, close the dialog box.


 
 
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