Number Of Files In Incoming Queue

This graph provides an indication of the outgoing queue status. If there is a steadily rising number of messages in this queue there is most likely a problem transferring mail. The problem is most likely related to the mail server (smtp service may be down). DNS problems are also a probable cause of outbound queue buildup. Any rapid increase in either of these queues is worthy of investigation. Note that some MTAs use multiple files for each mail (for example sendmail uses 2 files for each mail)
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The statistics were last updated Sunday, 24 May 2009 at 13:10,
at which time 'MailScanner at linuxgw.ecem.it' had been up for 239 days.
`Daily' Graph (5 Minute Average)
day
Max 43.0  Files     Average 10.0  Files     Current 0.0  Files    

`Weekly' Graph (30 Minute Average)
week
Max 261.0  Files     Average 3.0  Files     Current 0.0  Files    

`Monthly' Graph (2 Hour Average)
month
Max 1158.0  Files     Average 5.0  Files     Current 33.0  Files    

`Yearly' Graph (1 Day Average)
year
Max 1158.0  Files     Average 4.0  Files     Current 1.0  Files    


Blue ### Average Files
Green### Maximum Files



MRTG Multi Router Traffic Grapher
2.9.29 Tobias Oetiker <oetiker@ee.ethz.ch> and Dave Rand <dlr@bungi.com>