[mrtg] Re: Chop MRTG graph

Rajendra Adhikari rajendra at subisu.net.np
Wed Apr 5 06:42:48 MEST 2006

Okay, It is actually target_1 for all.
However, my problem still persist.

I would like to explain my problem once again.

I have a 100Mbps link. The traffic expected at the link is usually 
128kbps. However, sometimes I receive spikes of more than 10Mbps. This 
overshadow the actaul traffic of 128kbps or less. So I have to manually 
delete the high value in the mrtg log. I had an idea about setting the 
MaxBytes to 128kbps and AbsMax to 256kbps. Very rarely I get the traffic 
of 10Mbps. With this setting, whenever I get the traffic of 10Mbps the 
mrtg records 0 value. Is there a way I could chop the 10Mbps traffic to 
256kbps , not zero?

Thanks for your kind responce.

Best Regds,
Rajendra Adhikari

Scott Neader wrote:

>Notice your targets are not the same ???  AbsMax has a target of
>"target_2" where the others have "target_1" ??
>- Scott
>mrtg-bounce at list.ee.ethz.ch wrote on Tuesday, April 04, 2006 7:59 AM:
>>Thank you for your kind responce. I did configure with: .....
>>MaxBytes[target_1]: 16000
>>AbsMax[target_2]: 1250000
>>Unscaled[target_1]: d
>>This also results in spike to 6Mbps of data. It did not achieve what
>>I want. 

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