[mrtg] Re: Aggregate interface monitoring and the MaxBytes parameter

Greg.Volk at edwardjones.com Greg.Volk at edwardjones.com
Thu Aug 22 23:26:39 MEST 2002

}I am creating a separate instance I guess. I have a separate 
}.rrd file for each blade. I have a separate config file with 
}high (>=5000) reference numbers that are aggregates. For example:
}Target[switch_5000]: 40:community at switch + \
} 41:community at switch + \
} .
} .
} .
} 64:community at switch
}for a 24 port blade. Is this the 'proper' way to accomplish 
}the task? Is there a better/faster way? I am always interested 
}in creating less load - I am monitoring several thousand ports. 

That's as good a way as I can think of. I've often wondered what
the total traffic input/output traffic was across a single device.
So many times the "cpu %utilization" or "backplane %utilization" 
OIDs are bogus, or only pertain to a functional 'layer' of the 
device. It's very difficult to come across accurate utilization

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