[mrtg] Re: mrtg graphs/stats are always 0
mstark at primary.net
Thu Aug 12 08:15:12 MEST 1999
See the documentation for the Target: parameter.
You can also use several statements in a mathematical expression. This could
be used to aggregate both B channels in an ISDN connection or multiple T1s
that are aggregated into a single channel for greater bandwidth. Note the
whitespace arround the target definitions.
Target[ezwf]: 2:public at wellfleetA + 1:public at wellfleetA * 4:public at ciscoF
From: Khurram Farhan Hassan <khassan at aster.com.pk>
To: MRTG List <mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch>
Date: Wednesday, August 11, 1999 1:41 PM
Subject: [mrtg] Re: mrtg graphs/stats are always 0
> > The main reason is normally, the value moves too slowly for a per second
>> value to matter.
>> SO - multiply the number by something to get it into another scale.
>> ie - by 60 for a by minute value
>> or 3600 for a by hour value.
>I am not sure how I would do this. Should I use the Step [target]: xxxx
>command in the cfg file? According to the manul, the default step is 5*60
>secs (5 mins). So how do set this for a by minute value or for a by hour
>If this is not the way to do this, can I multiply it in the TARGET
>statement. I am using numeric OIDs in the TARGET statement.
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