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[Unbound-users] statistics-cumulative

Anders Lindborg
Thu Mar 21 19:17:54 CET 2013


Hi everybody,

We are running the munin plugin without cumulative statistics and the numbers we get seem to be correct. We also have a cacti server (also based on rrdtool) so I have some previous experience with this exellent tool. If I my memory serves me right, m is for milli and M is for mega. Also, if you change anything that affects the data collection your graphs and numbers will be screwed up for a while since it is calculating average values.

Hope this is helpful.

// Anders

21 mar 2013 kl. 18:14 skrev "Miguel Miranda" <miguel.mirandag at gmail.com<mailto:miguel.mirandag at gmail.com>>:

hi wouter, if i check in the munin graph there is 16.59m bogus querys, running the command line i got:

[root at dns1 ~]# unbound-control stats_noreset | grep bogus
num.answer.bogus=0
num.rrset.bogus=1
[root at dns1 ~]#


I think m is for mega, similar as k if for kilo right?
in the other hand just for test, i disable the cumulative setting and the graph show a huge fall in the numbers, take a look a this picture:

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Im wondering what is the correct value, with or without cumulative ?

On Thu, Mar 21, 2013 at 4:07 AM, W.C.A. Wijngaards <wouter at nlnetlabs.nl<mailto:wouter at nlnetlabs.nl>> wrote:
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Hi Miguel,

On 03/20/2013 04:28 PM, Miguel Miranda wrote:
> Hello to all, im following the
> http://www.unbound.net/documentation/howto_statistics.html doc to
> setup unbound stats using munin, in the doc is not clear if a have
> to enable statistics-cumulative or not, however in the munin plugin
> itself it indicated that statistics-cumulative are required. I have
> run some tests and i got huge values like 663.67m bogus querys, i
> think if for the acumulative setting beacuse i just got 9.6k qps in
> the hits graph.

663.68  mega or milli ?

600.000.000 qps is a bit high, yes.  If you do unbound-control
stats_noreset you can peek at the statistics output.  The output uses
plain numbers (without k,m, ...).  Can you try this and see what
numbers are wrong there?

Best regards,
   Wouter

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