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Old 01-24-2004, 11:49 AM   #1
karunesh
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Strange Graphs


I am using "percival" to monitor my cisco routers and linux servers. But "percival" is giving me a problem, it changes the "Traffic" graph of router interface automatically on hundreds of Megabytes/Sec.I have a T1 link but on "Traffic" graphe it is showing something like 250MB, w hich is impossible on T1 link.Rest of the graphs are coming fine.

I tried to "dump" the "rrd" file into "XML" file and look for spikes but was not able to locate.

Can anyone help in this.

 
  


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