MRTG storing erroneous gauge data

MRTG storing erroneous gauge data

Post by Ian » Thu, 20 Dec 2001 02:51:46



I am using MRTG 2.9.17 and rateup to collect ufs data from a sun
management center agent.  The filesystem is completely static.  I have
it set as a gauge:

Options[_]: growright,gauge,unknaszero,noo

Everytime I start collecting from scratch, from one run to the next,
my log file changes as follows:

1008687903 990576 990576
1008687903 990576 990576 990576 990576
1008687606 0 0 0 0
...

5 minutes later...
1008688202 990576 990576
1008688202 990576 990576 990576 990576
1008687903 990576 990576 990576 990576
1008687900 970764 970764 990576 990576 <= ???
1008687600 0 0 0 0
...

Where did that 970764 come from?  This is completely incorrect.
990576 is the correct value, and is returned everytime the agent is
polled (verified with a sniffer).  It is as if the value is
interpolated (the time changes by 3 seconds), but that isn't correct
behavior for a gauge.

How do I prevent this from happening?  Is this a bug?

TIA,
Ian

 
 
 

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