[mrtg] Re: (No References: <90544AEA709B2143A3D7BBB681B4167A773165 at muss052b.pdo.shell.om>
ionel.gardais at geomath.fr
Mon Oct 24 11:51:33 MEST 2005
As Eric says, it displays such low values because MRTG divide the
retrieved values by 300 (which corresspond to 5 minutes, my MRTG delay)
so it shows values as persecond values.
You can add perminute or perhour to the option list so MRTG displays
larger values for a perminute or perhour value.
If you want raw values, add the gauge keyword.
If you want delta values but for a 5minutes delta, you may try to do a
"* 300" to get a perfiveminute stat.
Dhawan, Vic CGGSG wrote:
> Hi Ionel,
> Not sure if you've solved your problem by now. I had the same problem
> with the Extreme Network boxes showing the numbers about a 10th of the
> expected value. I believe it's due the the internal counters counting
> in bytes as opposed to bits on Ciscos.
> The solution applied is to append a string of 5 colons and * and 8 to
> the end of each line beginning with Target as shown below...
> Target[bd6816_1001]: 1001:public at bd6816::::: * 8
> This works fine. I'm not sure if it's possible to get cfgmaker to do
> this but I edited the file manually. I am not subscribed to the mrtg
> mail list so you may like yo post this for me as well.
> Systems Manager
> CGG Processing, Muscat
> Ph: +968 24670547
> Fx: +968 24675828
Ionel GARDAIS ~ ionel.gardais at geomath.fr
Junior System-Network Administrator
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