[mrtg] Re: Minimum hardware requirement to prevent data dropping
Alex van den Bogaerdt
alex at ergens.op.het.net
Sun Oct 31 02:11:52 MEST 2004
On Sun, Oct 31, 2004 at 03:08:37AM +0800, adrian at nikoyo.com wrote:
> There have been time when the data just suddenly drop, especially during
> peak period. I am suspecting that it could be insufficient hardware power
> to generate the statistic.
Sure? It wouldn't be when traffic may have hit 8*2^32/300 bps, would it?
> In your experience, what's the min. hardware requirement to calculate
> bandwidth that's over 110M traffic.
8*2^32/300 bps = 114532461 bps; I guess you ment to write "over 110 Mbps".
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