Posts Tagged ‘mrtg’

Goodbye MRTG

I’ve finally got just about all the network graphs I maintain using RRDtool rather than MRTG. I started doing this since MRTG isn’t good for graphing things with more than 2 sets of numbers. I started doing this because I wanted to track cable modem data. I figured while I’m at it, I should move […]

Poor Broadband Performance

For the past several weeks, the cable modem has been getting more and more unstable. Having dealt with this before I knew the signal quality was pretty poor from looking at the stats. By using a different line that goes more direct, it made a real difference as the data below shows (sidenote: I need […]

New Home Server

Over the past few weeks, I’ve been in the process of setting up a new home server. The previous one was an old Beige G3 (266MHz) running Mac OS X 10.2 that was starting to show it’s age. The new system is a much more capable B&W G3 (400MHz) running Mac OS X 10.4. Despite […]

Bender has a webpage

Bender, my server, has a webpage. Note that’s not hosted on Bender, as Bender is behind a firewall. MRTG and System Status aren’t updating hourly as they should. I’ll try to get that fixed soon. For now, I just push the update myself every so often (NOT hourly ;-)).