MRTG Outgoing always zero

MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Albert Kaspe » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00



I use MRTG to monitor the usage of my internet-connection of my LAN. It
works quite fine for incoming (I got the nice green graphs showing me how
many KB/sec are being send to me). However, the OUTgoing is always zero. I
can't really believe this, because sending some mails should already make
some bytes on the counter and so on, but its always zero.
I just made the standard configuration. Has anybody experienced the same
problem?

Albert

 
 
 

MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Oleh Hrynchu » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> I use MRTG to monitor the usage of my internet-connection of my LAN. It
> works quite fine for incoming (I got the nice green graphs showing me how
> many KB/sec are being send to me). However, the OUTgoing is always zero. I
> can't really believe this, because sending some mails should already make
> some bytes on the counter and so on, but its always zero.
> I just made the standard configuration. Has anybody experienced the same
> problem?

> Albert

The problem can be if you have left "unscalable" option in mrtg.cfg.
That means you will have threshold value on Y-axis as you MaxByte value.
And if you have got current value of something small enough then you'll
not be able to see it on graph.
Check not just graphs but look at text below ones.
What do you see there?
Just 0.00 bytes/sec ???

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MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Albert Kaspe » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00


Quote:> Check not just graphs but look at text below ones.
> What do you see there?
> Just 0.00 bytes/sec ???

Yes, theres just 0.00 bytes/sec, too (at Max, Average and current).

Albert

 
 
 

MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Oleh Hrynchu » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> > Check not just graphs but look at text below ones.
> > What do you see there?
> > Just 0.00 bytes/sec ???

> Yes, theres just 0.00 bytes/sec, too (at Max, Average and current).

> Albert

Let's go to private mail.
Could you send few (let's say 10) first lines from related mrtg log-file to me?

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MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Yeo Chee Sion » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00


U might want to check the value that u want to poll with the MRTG....the
counter for the particular mib may have to reset.



> > > Check not just graphs but look at text below ones.
> > > What do you see there?
> > > Just 0.00 bytes/sec ???

> > Yes, theres just 0.00 bytes/sec, too (at Max, Average and current).

> > Albert

> Let's go to private mail.
> Could you send few (let's say 10) first lines from related mrtg log-file
to me?

> --
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> Mobile: +4206 03583619

 
 
 

MRTG Outgoing always zero

Post by Oleh Hrynchu » Thu, 11 Nov 1999 04:00:00



> U might want to check the value that u want to poll with the MRTG....the
> counter for the particular mib may have to reset.

Nope.
There is different situation there.
We are talking about that in private mail.



> > > > Check not just graphs but look at text below ones.
> > > > What do you see there?
> > > > Just 0.00 bytes/sec ???

> > > Yes, theres just 0.00 bytes/sec, too (at Max, Average and current).

> > > Albert

> > Let's go to private mail.
> > Could you send few (let's say 10) first lines from related mrtg log-file
> to me?

> > --
> > Tel.(w.): +4202 96159438
> > Mobile: +4206 03583619

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1. output bytes always zero

i are running mrtg 2.8.12, on redhat 5.2, with perl 5.005.

all is well, i get no errors when runnning mrtg, but the output bytes are always
zero.

the input bytes seem to work ok, ie i get a green graph ok, but the blue graph
sits at zero and the counters report zero.

any ideas ??

rossco

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