[mrtg] Re: (no subject)
Alex van den Bogaerdt
alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Thu Sep 23 13:41:59 MEST 1999
> Hi all!
> Could anyone give me a hint,
> Why IN and OUT counters on my graphs look EQUAL (or almost equal).
> For example, after I downloaded big MP3 file through MRTG-monitored link
> (MRTG autoconfiguration defined it as MaxBytes: 3600 b/s - it is 19200 4ll
> connection) for 30 min at a speed 2kb/s or so , I can see the following:
> Daily graph for this period displays : IN : ~500 b/s OUT:~510b/s -
> it is not exactly what it looks like, but looks similar.
> I can definitely say, that incoming traffic WAS much BIGGER and outgoing -
> MUCH SMALLER that time.
> Moreover , it could, at least, display 1800 or 2000 b/s , not 500 ! (for
> incoming traffic)
> Any thoughts?
Yes, you are using the linux operating system with a 2.0.x kernel ?
If so: you don't know about the problems that occur on that OS.
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