[mrtg] Re: MaxBytes
WEYMIENS Bruno FTRD/DMI/SOP
bruno.weymiens at rd.francetelecom.com
Mon Sep 3 16:13:55 MEST 2001
ok, I tried to put MaxBytes = 200, but in that case, the red line is put at
200, not 2000, and every value > 200 is ignored, which happens often because
"value" is multiplied by 10 !
What I'd like to have, is a kind of threshold equal to 2000, compared to a
value computed from 2 MIB OIDs (x * 10) ; and if the result is > 2000, then
is it possible ?
De : Mike Koch [mailto:Mike.Koch at etsi.fr]
Envoye : lundi 3 septembre 2001 15:15
A : 'WEYMIENS Bruno FTRD/DMI/SOP'; MRTG Mailing List (E-mail)
Objet : RE: [mrtg] MaxBytes
WEYMIENS Bruno said:
so I someone can explain to me which error I did...
is it because the value is multiplied by 10 (ie in the MIB, the value is 256
< 2000, then multiplied by 10 = 2560 > 2000) ?
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