Bytes of Mail Transferred

This graph is useful for determining the total network load due to external email. Note that this is bytes of mail on receipt by the incoming MTA process, if you are forwarding processed mail to another server the real network load will be approximately twice this (affected by mail blocked, changes to mail during processing, warnings sent out etc.) Normally this figure is as logged by your MTA, however MSMRTG can be configured to get these figures from MailScanner. Like the Messages Processed graph this should be steadily rising through the day. Because it is a constant incremental count, it will only increase or stay the same and NEVER go down. A sharp rise in traffic may be related to a denial of service attack or mass mailing. A flat-line of activity can be indicative of service problems.
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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 10094.0 k bytes     Average 4059.0 k bytes     Current 1935.0 k bytes    

`Weekly' Graph (30 Minute Average)
week
Max 118.4 M bytes     Average 31.8 M bytes     Current 1935.0 k bytes    

`Monthly' Graph (2 Hour Average)
month
Max 144.0 M bytes     Average 35.3 M bytes     Current 1796.0 k bytes    

`Yearly' Graph (1 Day Average)
year
Max 203.6 M bytes     Average 30.6 M bytes     Current 19.6 M bytes    


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