[mrtg] Re: Log file Values

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Tue Nov 20 16:23:51 MET 2001

Michael.Gorman at VerizonWireless.com wrote:

> Can someone help me out?  I am trying to parse the log files for the maximum
> in and out values for a daily report.  I don't understand how some of the
> values get to what they are.  The FAQ says that the 4th column is a maximum
> rate for the current interval, calculated from all the updates, but  I can't
> figure out this piece of log:

> 1006262700 111731 60610 167982 66262
> 1006262400 91091 63946 167982 66262
>                         ^^^^^  Where did this number come from?
> 				It doesn't exist previously in the logs, nor
> is   				it the current rate.

Check out http://faq.mrtg.org/ and look for thinks like interpolation,
normalization etcetera.

It is correct and can be explained.

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