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RE: Tracking server bandwidth usage and other stats



Actually all the data is stored in a text document (a txt file) and then
graphically displayed.  This is at least the way Windows has there's.  So
you could pull the data from the text file and render it in other ways.

http://www.covenantdata.com, where data becomes information. 

 
Robert Williams
Programmer / Web Developer / Network Administrator
Covenant Data Systems, Inc.
http://www.covenantdata.com
rwilliams covenantdata com  
 

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Subject: Re: Tracking server bandwidth usage and other stats

AFAIK, mrtg only shows graphics.  My first requirement is a human
readable text log of the info.

On 6/22/05, Ugo Bellavance <ugob camo-route com> wrote:
> Sean O Sullivan wrote:
> > Robert Williams wrote:
> >
> >> MRTG is pretty good.  It runs native on Linux but can run on Windows as
> >> well.  However, there were some recent posts about another program
> >> that runs
> >> even better than MRTG.
> >> For MRTG, please click here to view their website -->
> >> http://people.ee.ethz.ch/~oetiker/webtools/mrtg/
> >
> > MRTG requires SNMP does it not ? ...
> >
> 
> It can work without.
> 
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