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Bandwidth usage report

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bert, Jun 11, 2002.

  1. bert

    bert Well-Known Member

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    On the bandwidth usage page of WHM, the system shows all cancelled accounts, even for months that show no activity for such accounts. This is happening on all our servers. I wanted to know if this is a known bug and if anyone else is experiencing the same.

    Thanks for your input.
     
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    Yes this happens on 2 of my servers also.
     
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    Not a big deal, but certainly annoying :p
     
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    Just spoke with Nick and he said it's suppose to be like this. So I guess if it's suppose to be like this no sense trying to fix what isn't broke :)
     
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    [quote:6c688c0c61][i:6c688c0c61]Originally posted by awsol[/i:6c688c0c61]

    Just spoe with Nick and he said it's suppose to be like this. So I guess if it's suppose to be like this no sense trying to fix what isn't broke :) [/quote:6c688c0c61]

    OK, that is fair enough. Thanks for the help :)
     
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    Hey Bert I found a fix. Go into /var/cpanel/bandwidth and just delete their account logs. This will fix it.
     
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    Thanks Steve. I will certainly do that :)
     
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    View Bandwidth Usage trubles

    [quote:029a140e7b][i:029a140e7b]Originally posted by bert[/i:029a140e7b]

    [quote:029a140e7b][i:029a140e7b]Originally posted by awsol[/i:029a140e7b]

    Just spoe with Nick and he said it's suppose to be like this. So I guess if it's suppose to be like this no sense trying to fix what isn't broke :) [/quote:029a140e7b]

    OK, that is fair enough. Thanks for the help :) [/quote:029a140e7b]

    Question such. In WHM, at viewing View Bandwidth Usage, on all clients statistics approximately such
    Megabytes Gigabytes
    0.075862 0.000074
    0.000479 0.000000 etc. and so on all clients, that these clients visit(attend) on some thousand visitors per day. That is it turns out that the traffic is considered incorrectly. How it is possible to correct it? In/var/cpanel/bandidth/I open a file clients, in it(him) record of a kind
    04.2002=3113
    05.2002=1586
    06.2002=513016
    in what it is measured? (it is the entering or proceeding traffic, in Mbytes?)
     
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