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Unread postPosted: Sun Dec 19, 2004 4:20 pm 
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http://www.atomicrocketturtle.com/modul ... =12&page=1

I need something like the bandwidth monitor... I tried clicking on the link in the post (http://server3.fre.communitycolo.net/) and got nowhere.
Does anyone have a copy of whatever used to be on that page?

I'm essentially looking for something that can monitor total bandwidth by IP, so that I can keep an eye on IRC and Shoutcast as well (would be great if Plesk let you add ports to include in monitoring on exclusive IPs, but whatever).


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I really dont keep the webpages up to date anymore, server3 has been gone about a year now :P Basically I was using netfilter packet counters and then processed the data through some python scripts I found to make a chart out of it.


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I actually found one called bandwidthd.... it was pretty much "out of the box", and works well... only one thing made it a pain in the ass.
It generates the pages and images for the graphs to a static subdirectory, and that can not be changed. So I had to set a 2 minute cron to copy the files into a real directory (I would have used a symlink, but I don't know if I want to set up a new subdomain for statistics or not).
One quick question, if I could. If I DO set a symlink, then later change my mind... how do I remove it?


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I played around with bandwidthd too, it didnt have the granularity I wanted, but since it was pcap based, wasnt going to miss any data.

If I follow, you're asking how to remove a symlink right? If so, its just like any other file, you'd use rm


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See, I was worried that if I rm'd a symlink, it might remove the original file too (since they're symlinked, afterall).
That's good to know, anyway.


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No it wouldnt remove the file, even if it was a hard link. Youd just remove the link.


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 Post subject: Re: Bandwidth Monitor?
Unread postPosted: Wed May 19, 2010 7:57 am 
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Errr. that's Windoze though.

[edit - In case you are confused when you read this, the post this I was referring to has been deleted]

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And an advert.


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 Post subject: Re: Bandwidth Monitor?
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And has been zotted.

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