[CentOS-mirror] Mirror Stats

Daniel Pawliw daniel.pawliw at netflash.net
Fri Jan 18 20:02:04 UTC 2013

I've got a complicated setup as it applies to all 100ish physical and virtual servers on my network (as well as around 1000 customer and Point-of-Presence devices across our own fixed-point wireless network).

The actual server is part of our virtual infrastructure, which with a proper VMware license is managed through a vCenter server has a database that keeps stats for months (CPU, Memory, Network, Disk IO, etc). The IP address for that particular server is also queued to 100mbit/100mbit in its gateway router (a Mikrotik Routerboard), and I monitor (using both Opsview and Mikrotik's The Dude) and graph (using Cacti) SNMP statistics for that queue as well as the VLAN the traffic comes in on. I also have a centralized syslog server using ELSA (Enterprise Log Search and Archive) that all logs get dumped to which also produces reports and graphs and is fully searchable.

Hope that helps.


Daniel Pawliw, B.Sc. (Network Administration)
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From: centos-mirror-bounces at centos.org [mailto:centos-mirror-bounces at centos.org] On Behalf Of Graham Johnston
Sent: Thursday, January 17, 2013 9:35 AM
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Subject: [CentOS-mirror] Mirror Stats

Just curious to hear what you might be using to track the usage on your mirror?  It's been a long time since we looked at it and mostly we run webalizer.  I can't say that I am completely happy with it though.

Graham Johnston
Network Planner
Westman Communications Group
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