[Orca-users] Re: collapsing ethernet on various machines

Marty Leisner mleisner at eng.mc.xerox.com
Wed Jun 5 09:34:41 PDT 2002

> Marty Leisner wrote:
> >
> > I have 3 machines I'm monitoring.
> >
> > They each have 1 100 mbit interface.

(which is used)
> >
> > One has eri0, the other have hme0.
> > One has hme1 which isn't used.
> >
> > Has anyone collapsed this so instead of plotting
> > interfaces by name, it can have a configuration supplied
> > mapping (so instead of generating plots for eri0 and hme0, and
> > meaningless hme1 plots it would just make 1 plot for each machine,
> > all available on one page).
> You could modify the orcallator.cfg file to do this and put all
> the Ethernet plots in one plot.  One reason for separating them
> out was the order of magnitude difference in bandwidth the different
> Ethernet devices support.

I saw an example in the manual about group throughput.
I couldn't get it to work.

All my interfaces are 100 Mbit -- can I see
a working example I could digest?
(actually,, it my be useful to include examples in the distribution).


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