[mrtg] interpreting the log file..

Marc Duchesneau mduches1 at matrox.com
Thu Apr 27 21:42:07 MEST 2000

Hi everyone,

	These questions may be easy to answer, and then again maybe not..

the log file look like this..

956862633 134026 413094 134026 413094
956862367 77784 20630 77784 20630

If i my configuration is like that:

Target[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]: 5:public at xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
MaxBytes[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]: 12500000
Options[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]: growright, bits
WithPeak[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]: dwym
Title[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]:  (): Matrox SwitchBox Ethernet Port 5
PageTop[xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx.5]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for Matrox SwitchBox
Ethernet Port 5

In the manual, it say that " MRTG treats variable as a counter and
calculates the difference between the current and the previous value and
divides that by the elapsed time between the last two reading to get the
value to be plotted"

First question:  The number that show in my log files, are they bytes or
second question:  are they the result of the operation mentioned in the
manual or are they the values used in doing so?

Thanks for any positive comments !


Marc Duchesneau
Technicien Réseau
Les Systèmes Électroniques Matrox
1055 St-Régis
Dorval, Québec
H9P 2T4

tél.: (514) 822-6000 ext.2321
fax:  (514) 822-6262
E-Mail:mduches1 at matrox.com

Unsubscribe mailto:mrtg-request at list.ee.ethz.ch?subject=unsubscribe
Archive     http://www.ee.ethz.ch/~slist/mrtg
FAQ         http://faq.mrtg.org    Homepage     http://www.mrtg.org

More information about the mrtg mailing list