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Old 02-22-2003, 04:30 PM   #1
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Question bandwidth monitoring tool

I'm running Apache 2.0, Qmail mailserver, FTP and SSH-access on a server - now what I want is suggestions for tools/software that can give me an report on how much a virtualhost has used of bandwidth. I'd like it to sum up all usage, not only HTTP-usage, but I might have to compromise on that. I'm already running Webalizer, but it doesn't seem to give a correct number of transfered Kb when one virtualhost gets over 50K hits a day. Besides Webalizer doesn't show bandwidth transfer in, only out, and of course not mail-usage nor FTP.

The clue here is bandwidth on a virtualhost basis ;-)

So any good old ideas or suggestions out there? :-)




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