[mrtg] More than 9 int in aggregate traffic analysis

Stefano Giraldo stefano at neotokyo3.it
Fri Jul 2 15:35:47 MEST 2004

I start to monitoring the aggregate traffic with MRTG using this sintax in

Target[ag_gsr]: #Gi3/0:comm at router:::::2 + #Gi3/1:comm at router:::::2 +
#Gi3/2:comm at router:::::2 and so on...

I can put in the target only 9 interfaces at the same time... when I add the
10th and restart MRTG I got this error:

noir:/etc/init.d# ERROR: Target[ag_gsr][_IN_] ' $$target[174]{$mode}  +
$$target[175]{$mode}  +  $$target[176]{$mode}  +  $$target[177]{$mode}  +
$$target[178]{$mode}  +  $$target[179]{$mode}  +  $$target[180]{$mode}  +
$$target[181]{$mode}  +  $$target[182]{$mode}  +  $$target[183]{$mode}  +
$$target[184]{$mode}  +  $$target[185]{$mode} ' evaluated to
'1.39426666328879e+15' instead of a number
WARNING: Skipping Update of ag_gsr, inlast is not defined

Someone know why?

Thanks in advance,


PS I'm using MRTG 2.9.29... it's probabily with a 2.10.14 I'll no more get
the problem of "in/outlast is not defined"?

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