Re: mrtg reboot

Alan Banks <alan@...>
 

On 04/03/2011 14:00, David J Taylor wrote:

By the way, Ulrich. I have noticed that on a reboot you MRTG can give you
a false peak, like the peak seen in your LAN traffic. If I get such a
false peak (and I appreciate that yours may be real and not false), is to
stop MRTG, edit the log file, and restart MRTG. I do this so that the
regular variations are seen in their correct context, and not hidden by a
reboot. Here's a contrived example, from a reboot of my main PC this
morning (after an iTunes update):

___________________________________
1299232200 679564 17203 701035 17579
1299231900 605254 18251 718448 24061
1299231600 447832 14998 718448 24061
1299231300 4478320 149980 7184480 240610
1299231000 4478320 149980 7184480 240610
1299230700 4478320 149980 7184480 240610
1299230400 414766 10333 514455 11263
1299230100 302383 9131 514455 11263
1299229800 278167 13189 284949 14310
___________________________________
1299232200 679564 17203 701035 17579
1299231900 605254 18251 718448 24061
1299231600 447832 14998 718448 24061
1299231300 0 0 0 0
1299231000 0 0 0 0
1299230700 0 0 0 0
1299230400 414766 10333 514455 11263
1299230100 302383 9131 514455 11263
1299229800 278167 13189 284949 14310
___________________________________

Thanks for that David - had sometimes wondered how to achieve that!
You learn something new every day!
Cheers

Alan

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