[mrtg] Same config, differing results...
Wrolf.Courtney at mtahq.org
Wed Nov 19 18:05:43 CET 2014
Are you sure you want it to be a guage value - I believe the default is counter.
You may want to copy over the .log or .rrd file from the working box.
From: mrtg [mailto:mrtg-bounces+wrolf.courtney=mtahq.org at lists.oetiker.ch] On Behalf Of Christian Arnaut
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2014 11:46 AM
To: mrtg at lists.oetiker.ch
Subject: [mrtg] Same config, differing results...
I have a test (virtual) Debian server that I use for testing new applications, configs, etc. before they are deployed to my production Debian server. MRTG is amongst the apps that I use the virtual server for.
Currently I am using the identical cfg file to monitor bandwidth on a Windows 7 wireless network adaptor on my laptop. On the test server, the graphed results are exactly what I intended. However, the exact cfg file on the production server produces dramatically different results. On the production environment, the graph is a continually growing saw-tooth graph that almost appears to be showing the uptime of the interface. If, after a few hours, I turn off the wireless interface and turn it back on, the graph drops to zero and the saw-tooth begins again. Conversely, on the test server, the bandwidth logs continue to be logged and displayed exactly as intended.
Two servers, both running the same OS (Debian 7.7), both running the same version of MRTG (2.7.14) and both running the same config for the intended interface (below). What am I possibly missing?
Thanks, in advance, for any suggestions!
(cfg file below)
Target[user-eth1]: 12:xxxxpublic at 192.168.0.77:
SetEnv[user-eth1]: MRTG_INT_IP="192.168.3.55" MRTG_INT_DESCR="Intel(R)-Centrino(R)-Advanced-N-6205"
Title[user-eth1]: Traffic Analysis for user -- WiFi Connection
PageTop[user-eth1]: <h1>Traffic Analysis for user -- WiFi Connection</h1>
<td>user-2519.xxxx.local in </td>
<td>user at xxxx.org</td<mailto:user at xxxx.org%3c/td>>
# <td>Radio Spread Spectrum (802.11) (71)</td>
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