[CentOS-mirror] RayStedman.org Bandwidth
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Mon Apr 28 13:38:15 UTC 2008
Alex Howells wrote:
> httpd access logs are inaccurate, unless you are using mod_logio or
> similar; they'll show a complete download amount for partial downloads,
> which causes AWstats and Webalizer to become *massively* inaccurate.
Thats a good point. I've had a look through some of our (
mirror.centos.org ) aggregated logs ( we only do :80 to the users from
there ), and I dont see any spike around the timeperiod Greg said he
saw a spike. The OpenOffice update always causes a bit of a ripple, but
that tends to settle down fairly quick. Also for new users who are
installing from 5.1 media now, they would already have been seeing a
previous OOo update, for them its just a case of getting a different
rpm, almost exactly the same size.
> Reality: bandwidth graphs of the switchport do not correlate,
> contacting them was fruitful, default access_log has serious flaws.
That does not make them useless or something to ignore, if you are
suddenly getting a lot more traffic on the port, the first place to look
would still be the logs.
Karanbir Singh : http://www.karan.org/ : 2522219 at icq
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