[mrtg] Re: mrtg log formula known, but don't understand it.
Alex van den Bogaerdt
alex at ergens.op.het.net
Mon Mar 8 17:03:30 MET 2004
On Mon, Mar 08, 2004 at 03:09:29PM -0000, Robin Butler wrote:
> Thanks for your reply. However, this does not solve my problem.
You are top posting. Usually I refuse to reply.
> I have reset MaxBytes to its original value of 32000 and monitored the
> logs as advised. Once again MaxBytes has been exceeded and no data
> logged, except for the counter on the first line. I have included a
> sample of a log.
> 1078737814 2324088909.00 4224596427.00
A decimal dot followed by a fraction ?!? I don't think this is normal.
Now get a utility such as "snmpget" or "snmptool.exe". When performing
the SNMP query yourself (using snmpget) the result should be very near
to these two values. Calculations done by MRTG can also be done by hand.
If this results in a factor 1000 as well, forget about MRTG until the
device is understood.
> > Target[188.8.131.52_3]: 3:COMSTR at 184.108.40.206:
> > SetEnv[220.127.116.11_3]: MRTG_INT_IP="18.104.22.168" MRTG_INT_DESCR="Serial3/0"
You have modified these lines. Are you sure you did not leave out some
"unimportant stuff" such as "* 1000" ?
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