[mrtg] Re: Odd looking daily graphs
skeezelbut at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 19 23:44:06 MEST 2005
The OID is an ever-incrementing counter; I was just
sloppy with my target definition. It should acutally
be "connections per minute".
What concerns me about the graph is the sawtooth
looking pattern. I guess I am expecting a nice, smooth
blue line, which is what I had seen for a while. A
server reboot caused an anamolous spike in the values
for these OIDs. I deleted the mrtg log files for the
targets and waited for the new graphs to be generated,
which is when I spotted the sawtooth graphs.
--- Eric Brander <eric_mailing_list at rednarb.com>
> Mark Williams wrote:
> >Two OIDs that I am monitoring on a Windows system
> >produce strange looking graphs. Here are the URL's
> >the images:
> They look fine to me. Are you sure you want
> connections/second on the
> first graph? The legend says current connections, so
> I'd think you'd
> want the "gauge" option. Other than that, they seem
> like decent graphs.
> You mentioned size and such, so I'm guessing you're
> seeing some odd
> stretching or something? I'm not seeing it.
> Since they don't look "strange" to me, describe what
> you think you
> should be expecting to see and maybe we can figure
> out from there what's
> Eric Brander
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