[mrtg] Re: Strange multiplier problem

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Sun Dec 17 01:21:01 MET 2000

Paul C. Williamson wrote:

> I'm running Linux 6.2 and MRTG 2.9.4.  Recently moved from 2.8.11

The newest version is 2.9.6, perhaps this version works better?

> and really like some of the improvements.  One thing really strange
> is now happening is a side affect of upgrading.  I have a bunch 
> of targets that I divide by 1.024 to get the correct reading (disk 
> space on Netware box).  It was working fine in 2.8.11, but it only 

What is that number representing?  Wouldn't that be disk blocks of
1024 bytes each?  In that case wouldn't you need to multiply, not

> 1 - upgrade to rrdtool (already working on that)
> 2 - don't apply the mathmatical operation to the result

Apart from what I already mentioned, perhaps you can work something
out with "Kilo[x]: 1024" combined with "kMG[x]: k,M,G,T,P,E" or so.

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