[mrtg] Re: peaks!!!
grendel at interq.ad.jp
Mon Jan 28 17:39:55 MET 2002
Shahira Rasmy wrote:
> Dear All,
> i asked before for something to solve the problem on the sudden peaks occuring in the mrtg graphs,,
> The suggested solution was using a perl code called killspike.pl,,,
> But unfortunately,this code can't solve the problem as it needs a specified input value to limit the whole values 2 it if the exceeded this threshold..
> But,that's not what i need,,i need something to solve peaks problem that occur within the logical range of traffic,,,i.e. sometimes the mrtg give a very small reading followed by a very large peak (within the normal range),then the following values return very small which is completely unlogic...
> Do u have any suggestions or even explanation to this event??
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