[mrtg] Re: Whither the 95th percentile parser?
H1STEINH at hewitt.com
Fri Dec 24 00:32:56 MET 1999
Pete (and others)
I built on your idea and added a few others if anyone is interested, I
could pass it on to them.
Just e-mail at h1steinh at hewitt.com and I'll pass it on after the holidays.
1 - records the higer of the two (in/out) for each observation and then
reports the 95th based on that.
2 - Gives the number of observations that the sample is based on,
3 - Gives the 95th for the In, Out and Overall in the output.
I also plan to add weekly information so it might be possible to spot
trends but I have to think through a good way to archive the information.
Also a way to strip out the "extra" information that gets into the daily
archive process since we are really keeping about two days worth each day.
I have more than 1,000 log entries now and this begins to add up the disk
But - Thanks much to Pete, I at least have some Perl Code to modify and
I have played with also creating Mean, 50th, 75th, 85th, 90th percentiles
since they are going to a file and space is not a real concern. Looking at
the spread helps tell you information about the spikeness of the data.
Thanks again Pete - I greatly appreciate it.
Henry Steinhauer - h1steinh at hewitt.com
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