[mrtg] Re: Graph Statistics in Mrtg

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Fri Jul 20 20:23:51 MEST 2001

Gerlak, Matthew wrote:

>   I changed my graph to 32000 in the "MaxBytes" section. Now
> When I look at the graph it goes to 32.0k (Which I am assuming is 32.0kB
> section.
>    I get under the in section 26.4 kB/s 82.3%,
>  in the out I get 30.6kB/s 95.5% and average percent I get
>  86.0%.Now this just doesn't seem right if 30.6kB/s is 95.5% of the
> bandwidth would that not mean it thinks the total band with is about 32k
> 32kBytes/s. How do I change it to calculate on 256kBytes/s instead of 32
> I think I am so confused. Is there any good documentation on this so Tha
> I can understand it better.

under the graph you see MAX and AVERAGE values.  If the MAX is 30.6
kilobytes per second and this is 95.5 percent, then each percent is
about 0.32 kilobytes per second.  100% is thus 32 kilobytes per second.
The average is 26.4 kilobytes per second and 82.3 percent: each percent
is again approximately 0.32 kilobytes per second.

I don't see your problem, everything seems to be correct to me.  If
you think your line speed is 256 kiloBYTEs per second, just change
the MaxBytes setting to match that number.  You'll see that each
percentage is divided by eight in that case.  Just make sure it
really is 256 kB and not 256 kb when you do this.

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