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    Measure Total Bandwidth

    I need a way to see how man gigs i have sent over the last 30 days,mrtg is a nice bandwidth graph but it doesnt say anything about how many gigs you have transfered.

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    Have you tried bandwidthd?
    http://bandwidthd.sourceforge.net/

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    NO, does it measure all bandwidth?Not just http and those common ones.

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    How do i view the graphs for bandwidthd?

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    I would think that bandwidth not listed under http etc. would be listed under TCP or UDP, so my view is yes, it does measure all bandwidth

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    Originally posted by chillinhh
    How do i view the graphs for bandwidthd?
    Through a web page in a similar way to MRTG

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    I know but how do i get to it , mrtg is ip/mrtg

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    It's a while since I've set it up, I think you just set up a virtual host or something pointing to the directory where it places it's output.

    I'm sure instructions for its use are included in the download

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    I looked in the docs and stuff.Hmm .This should be something DC's handle, you can login to the datacenter or server providers site with your account and check how much bw you have used and stuff.

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    Reading the docs it looks like it creates the web pages in /usr/local/bandwidthd/htdocs, this is where your virtual server should be pointing to.

    I've no experience of DC's (yet), but I'd imagine some do provide that sort of service

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    So how do i make a virtual server point there?Sorry still new to the hosting world and linux .What about a symbolic link?

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    mrtg-eth

    An add-on to mrtg called "mrtg-eth" will give you want you want. It only works with the .log version of mrtg (the default when you install it), not the rrdtool version.

    You can get it at: sourceforge.net/projects/mrtg-eth

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