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MRTG Spike Leveler for ApacheStats

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Joined: 15 Oct 2005
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PostPosted: Wed 30 Apr '08 23:10    Post subject: MRTG Spike Leveler for ApacheStats Reply with quote

A tool for removing spikes in your graphs made with ApacheStats from the ApacheLounge download page is at www.berkutsystems.com/MRTG/default.htm

John Bouma writes:

MRTG is a GREAT tool, enabling users to easily monitor what's going on in the network. I personally have seen many instances where we've detected problems in some pretty critical networks - all because MRTG was giving us real time information on network performance.

Since MRTG automatically adjust the 'Y' Axis, based on throughput, it's likely that sooner or later, an unusual spike will result in an unexpected adjustment in the axis which doesn't reflect what's "really" going on. Rather than endure those anomalies, we've preferred to modify the historical data, to have MRTG create graphs which more closely what we're seeing on a regular basis..

Download and Read more... at www.berkutsystems.com/MRTG/default.htm
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PostPosted: Wed 30 Apr '08 23:55    Post subject: Reply with quote

I received the following from John:

I wrote the tool awhile back - and am surprised anyone found it. I'm
flexible about making changes to it if someone needs it modified.

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