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    Which DC will you choose?

    URL:
    mrtg.dnscnc.com:82/wks2/
    has graphs for several switches in several DCs.

    I am not sure if I should pick the one with high traffic (faster connection?) or choose the one with low traffic (shared with less machines?)

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    If you use http://mrtg.dnscnc.com:82/wks2/ it works... but mrtg.dnscnc.com:82/wks2/ by itself does not.
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    I think I choose Ѹǧ׽, they look the best of all of the others.
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    Re: Which DC will you choose?

    Originally posted by qllonceagain
    URL:
    mrtg.dnscnc.com:82/wks2/
    has graphs for several switches in several DCs.

    I am not sure if I should pick the one with high traffic (faster connection?) or choose the one with low traffic (shared with less machines?)
    Looking at that, I'd say don't use it to decide at all. It doesn't really show the capacity of the datacenter. This looks to me like a user graphing his own servers in multiple locations (I could be wrong of course) but all this really shows is his utilization I think.

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    Originally posted by PSFServers
    I think I choose Ѹǧ׽, they look the best of all of the others.
    Well, you may not notice. All graphs have "Ѹǧ׽" But each graph has a different number on it.

    Is more green the better or higher the blue the better?
    What is the red line about?

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    Blue = incoming
    Green = outgoing
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    Edit: After looking at it again, I'm mistaken ops:

    I guess the red line just seperates the days.. my only guess.
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