Machine Load Average

NB The Y axis shows load x 100!
This graph is used for system health monitoring. It is best to compare this graph to an established baseline, as reasonably high load averages do not necessarily indicate a performance problem. Load averages should be considered in relation to CPU Utilization, network and disk I/O (sorry theres no graph for disk I/O, use the iostat program if it is available on your system). In particular there may be many processes waiting on network I/O (such as MTA processes sending and receiving, MailScanner and SpamAssassin performing RBL checks etc.), whilst these do increase the load average they are not necessarily affecting the ability of your system to process mail.
This page will refresh automatically every 5 minutes.
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  Load:  3.8     Average  Load:  0.8     Current  Load:  0.0    

`Weekly' Graph (30 Minute Average)
week
Max  Load:  4.4     Average  Load:  0.2     Current  Load:  0.0    

`Monthly' Graph (2 Hour Average)
month
Max  Load:  10.5     Average  Load:  0.2     Current  Load:  1.4    

`Yearly' Graph (1 Day Average)
year
Max  Load:  15.0     Average  Load:  0.5     Current  Load:  0.1    


Blue ### Average Load
Green### Maximum Load



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