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Total server bandwidth graphs?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by roax66, Mar 5, 2004.

  1. roax66

    roax66 Well-Known Member

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    I can find total server bandwidth usage table wise:
    (Account Functions/View Bandwidth Usage)

    And I can find total usage per account graph wise:
    (Web/FTP Stats / Bandwidth)

    Can someone please tell me if I can find somewhere total server bandwidth usage in graphs, ie daily, weekly, monthly etc?
     
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    bamasbest Well-Known Member

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    Not sure about WHM, but my Data Center/NOC provides stats and graphics as per the switches. Much more precise as they bill per their system and not what WHM reports.
     
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    roax66 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks but I forgot to mention that my datacenter does not at present and I therefor would like som overview info on the server.
     
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    Look up hostsatnic or something like that. Been a long time but there is 3rd party software that will show all the traffic comming and going out of eth0
     
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    Try using something like MRTG, it wont be able to seperate things out into services but will show you overall bandwidth usage plus other stuff like ram/cpu usage etc!
     
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    Thanks for your advices. I have installed mrtg and set it up to monitor the local network card and it seems to do it great!
     
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