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Old 06-05-2011, 02:06 PM
Reindl Harald
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman

every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers horrible
wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary useless

see below :-(


eth0 / daily

day rx | tx | total | avg. rate
------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s
05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB | 492.63 kbit/s
05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49 GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s
05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88 GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s
05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30 GiB | 708.76 kbit/s
05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s
05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s
05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87 kbit/s
05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06 kbit/s
05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20 kbit/s
05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB | 780.32 kbit/s
05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB | 652.10 kbit/s
05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29 GiB | 610.67 kbit/s
05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s
05/22/11 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s
05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s
05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s
05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s
05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s
05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s
05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s
05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s
05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s
06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s
06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s
06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s
06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s
06/05/11 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------

estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |

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Old 06-05-2011, 02:12 PM
Lars Schotte
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well? do you have
a 64bit OS or 32bit? did you try to report it to vmware as well?

On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:

> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
>
> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers horrible
> wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary useless
>
> see below :-(
>
>
> eth0 / daily
>
> day rx | tx | total | avg. rate
> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB |
> 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49 GiB |
> 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88 GiB |
> 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30 GiB |
> 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB |
> 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB |
> 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00
> TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21
> GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67
> GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56
> GiB | 928.20 kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04
> GiB | 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72
> GiB | 652.10 kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29
> GiB | 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB
> | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB
> | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB
> | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB
> | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB
> | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB
> | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44
> GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB |
> 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB |
> 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB |
> 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51 GiB |
> 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11 906.48 MiB |
> 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s 06/03/11 2.36 GiB |
> 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB
> | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88
> MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>
> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
>


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Old 06-05-2011, 02:16 PM
Reindl Harald
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?

not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too

> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?

seems only affect x86_64 guests
good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
does not show this

> did you try to report it to vmware as well?

they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(

> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>
>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
>>
>> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
>> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
>> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers horrible
>> wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary useless
>>
>> see below :-(
>>
>>
>> eth0 / daily
>>
>> day rx | tx | total | avg. rate
>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB |
>> 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49 GiB |
>> 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88 GiB |
>> 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30 GiB |
>> 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB |
>> 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB |
>> 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00
>> TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21
>> GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67
>> GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56
>> GiB | 928.20 kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04
>> GiB | 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72
>> GiB | 652.10 kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29
>> GiB | 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB
>> | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB
>> | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB
>> | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB
>> | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB
>> | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB
>> | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44
>> GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB |
>> 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB |
>> 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB |
>> 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51 GiB |
>> 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11 906.48 MiB |
>> 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s 06/03/11 2.36 GiB |
>> 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB
>> | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88
>> MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>
>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
>>
>
>

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Old 06-05-2011, 02:18 PM
Lars Schotte
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?

On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:

>
> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> > is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
>
> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
>
> > do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
>
> seems only affect x86_64 guests
> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
> does not show this
>
> > did you try to report it to vmware as well?
>
> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
>
> > On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
> > Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >
> >> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
> >> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
> >>
> >> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
> >> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
> >> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers horrible
> >> wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary useless
> >>
> >> see below :-(
> >>
> >>
> >> eth0 / daily
> >>
> >> day rx | tx | total | avg.
> >> rate
> >> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> >> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB
> >> | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49 GiB
> >> | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88 GiB |
> >> 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30 GiB |
> >> 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB |
> >> 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB |
> >> 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB |
> >> 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45
> >> GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB |
> >> 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB
> >> | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20 kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21
> >> GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB | 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11
> >> 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB | 652.10 kbit/s
> >> 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29 GiB | 610.67
> >> kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB
> >> | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB | 7.62
> >> GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB |
> >> 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB
> >> | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65
> >> GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s 05/26/11 1.23 GiB |
> >> 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB
> >> | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11
> >> 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
> >> 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s
> >> 05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s
> >> 05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s
> >> 06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s
> >> 06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s
> >> 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s
> >> 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> >> 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB
> >> | 417.64 kbit/s
> >> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>
> >> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
> >>
> >
> >
>


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Old 06-05-2011, 02:20 PM
Reindl Harald
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

yes!

works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
this horrible peaks on 64bit guests

Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
>
> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>
>>
>> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
>>
>> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
>>
>>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
>>
>> seems only affect x86_64 guests
>> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
>> does not show this
>>
>>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
>>
>> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
>> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
>>
>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
>>>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
>>>>
>>>> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
>>>> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
>>>> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers horrible
>>>> wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary useless
>>>>
>>>> see below :-(
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> eth0 / daily
>>>>
>>>> day rx | tx | total | avg.
>>>> rate
>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB
>>>> | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49 GiB
>>>> | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88 GiB |
>>>> 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30 GiB |
>>>> 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB |
>>>> 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB |
>>>> 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB |
>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45
>>>> GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB |
>>>> 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB
>>>> | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20 kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21
>>>> GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB | 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11
>>>> 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB | 652.10 kbit/s
>>>> 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29 GiB | 610.67
>>>> kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB
>>>> | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB | 7.62
>>>> GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB |
>>>> 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB
>>>> | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65
>>>> GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s 05/26/11 1.23 GiB |
>>>> 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB
>>>> | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11
>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
>>>> 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s
>>>> 05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s
>>>> 05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s
>>>> 06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s
>>>> 06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s
>>>> 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s
>>>> 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB
>>>> | 417.64 kbit/s
>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>>
>>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>

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Old 06-05-2011, 02:55 PM
Lars Schotte
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

hm .. as i see it, it doesnt look like a vnstat bug to me. on 32bit
maybe you have other corrupted data, because of the buffer overflow you
dont notice it.

i definitely wouldnt come to that idea to monitor guests on guests w/
vnstat because even if it had worked perfectly, its still just a
fictional ethernet device. maybe a vmware monitoring software would be
more precise or an alternative would be to bind each to a virtual
network card and do the monitoring on the host measuring only the
output data and then routing all this devices out, thereby using the
host as a router, which is of course a more complicated setup and i am
not even sure if it would work, but thats the way i would try to build
it up.

On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:20:16 +0200
Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:

> yes!
>
> works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
> this horrible peaks on 64bit guests
>
> Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> > w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
> >
> > On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
> > Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
> >>
> >> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
> >>
> >>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
> >>
> >> seems only affect x86_64 guests
> >> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
> >> does not show this
> >>
> >>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
> >>
> >> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
> >> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
> >>
> >>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
> >>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
> >>>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
> >>>>
> >>>> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
> >>>> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
> >>>> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers
> >>>> horrible wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary
> >>>> useless
> >>>>
> >>>> see below :-(
> >>>>
> >>>>
> >>>> eth0 / daily
> >>>>
> >>>> day rx | tx | total | avg.
> >>>> rate
> >>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> >>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB
> >>>> | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49
> >>>> GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88
> >>>> GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30
> >>>> GiB | 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB |
> >>>> 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB
> >>>> | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB |
> >>>> 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85
> >>>> MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11
> >>>> 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11
> >>>> 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20 kbit/s
> >>>> 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB | 780.32
> >>>> kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB | 652.10
> >>>> kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29 GiB |
> >>>> 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
> >>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB |
> >>>> 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB
> >>>> | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60
> >>>> GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11
> >>>> 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s
> >>>> 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s
> >>>> 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70
> >>>> kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB
> >>>> | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB
> >>>> | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB
> >>>> | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB
> >>>> | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB
> >>>> | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB
> >>>> | 658.85 kbit/s 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB
> >>>> | 1.14 Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB |
> >>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB |
> >>>> 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
> >>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>>
> >>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >
> >
>


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Old 06-05-2011, 06:34 PM
Reindl Harald
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

Am 05.06.2011 16:55, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> i definitely wouldnt come to that idea to monitor guests on guests w/
> vnstat because even if it had worked perfectly, its still just a
> fictional ethernet device.

what is there fictional?

it is a ethernet-device with all features of a ethernet-device
ond the guest does know nothing about virtualization

> maybe a vmware monitoring software would be
> more precise or an alternative would be to bind each to a virtual
> network card and do the monitoring on the host measuring only the
> output data and then routing all this devices out, thereby using the
> host as a router, which is of course a more complicated setup and i am
> not even sure if it would work, but thats the way i would try to build
> it up.

jesus for what reason?

the host is not a router, the host is a virtual switch
and yes you have monitoring on the vCenter-Server but not
in a console like output and not with exactly numbers

this are two different worlds and i see no reason why
vnstat would not work on the guest because it does

only while snapshots are taken / removed there are some
short untrue peaks which would be easaliy could filtered
in the guest-software only by their hughe numbers which are
clearly impossible and the problem is that this does not
happen and so if some measuring says "20 GB in two seconds"
all averages are destroyed

> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:20:16 +0200
> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>
>> yes!
>>
>> works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
>> this horrible peaks on 64bit guests
>>
>> Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>> w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
>>>
>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>>>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
>>>>
>>>> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
>>>>
>>>>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
>>>>
>>>> seems only affect x86_64 guests
>>>> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
>>>> does not show this
>>>>
>>>>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
>>>>
>>>> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
>>>> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
>>>>
>>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
>>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
>>>>>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
>>>>>>
>>>>>> every night from friday to saturday from our fedora-vmware-guests
>>>>>> is made a snapshot by "VMware Data Recovery" to take a consistent
>>>>>> backup and while deleting the snapshot something triggers
>>>>>> horrible wrong values to "vnstat" which makes monthly summary
>>>>>> useless
>>>>>>
>>>>>> see below :-(
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> eth0 / daily
>>>>>>
>>>>>> day rx | tx | total | avg.
>>>>>> rate
>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
>>>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07 GiB
>>>>>> | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB | 74.49
>>>>>> GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB | 12.88
>>>>>> GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19 GiB | 7.30
>>>>>> GiB | 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB | 5.82 GiB |
>>>>>> 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB | 6.50 GiB
>>>>>> | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11 33554432.00 TiB |
>>>>>> 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/15/11 778.85
>>>>>> MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87 kbit/s 05/16/11
>>>>>> 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06 kbit/s 05/17/11
>>>>>> 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20 kbit/s
>>>>>> 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB | 780.32
>>>>>> kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB | 652.10
>>>>>> kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29 GiB |
>>>>>> 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
>>>>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB |
>>>>>> 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB
>>>>>> | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60
>>>>>> GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11
>>>>>> 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s
>>>>>> 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s
>>>>>> 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70
>>>>>> kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB
>>>>>> | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB
>>>>>> | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB
>>>>>> | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB
>>>>>> | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB
>>>>>> | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB
>>>>>> | 658.85 kbit/s 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB
>>>>>> | 1.14 Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB |
>>>>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB |
>>>>>> 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>>>>
>>>>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
>>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>>
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>
>

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Old 06-05-2011, 06:50 PM
Lars Schotte
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

so you have to somehow convince vmware not to take snapshots through
that virtualized ethernet devices. maybe an extra ethernet device would
help. the first one left for that snapshots fiction and second for
networking.

On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 20:34:49 +0200
Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:

>
>
> Am 05.06.2011 16:55, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> > i definitely wouldnt come to that idea to monitor guests on guests
> > w/ vnstat because even if it had worked perfectly, its still just a
> > fictional ethernet device.
>
> what is there fictional?
>
> it is a ethernet-device with all features of a ethernet-device
> ond the guest does know nothing about virtualization
>
> > maybe a vmware monitoring software would be
> > more precise or an alternative would be to bind each to a virtual
> > network card and do the monitoring on the host measuring only the
> > output data and then routing all this devices out, thereby using the
> > host as a router, which is of course a more complicated setup and i
> > am not even sure if it would work, but thats the way i would try to
> > build it up.
>
> jesus for what reason?
>
> the host is not a router, the host is a virtual switch
> and yes you have monitoring on the vCenter-Server but not
> in a console like output and not with exactly numbers
>
> this are two different worlds and i see no reason why
> vnstat would not work on the guest because it does
>
> only while snapshots are taken / removed there are some
> short untrue peaks which would be easaliy could filtered
> in the guest-software only by their hughe numbers which are
> clearly impossible and the problem is that this does not
> happen and so if some measuring says "20 GB in two seconds"
> all averages are destroyed
>
> > On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:20:16 +0200
> > Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >
> >> yes!
> >>
> >> works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
> >> this horrible peaks on 64bit guests
> >>
> >> Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>> w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
> >>>
> >>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
> >>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>>
> >>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>>>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
> >>>>
> >>>> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
> >>>>
> >>>>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
> >>>>
> >>>> seems only affect x86_64 guests
> >>>> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
> >>>> does not show this
> >>>>
> >>>>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
> >>>>
> >>>> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
> >>>> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
> >>>>
> >>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
> >>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
> >>>>>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> every night from friday to saturday from our
> >>>>>> fedora-vmware-guests is made a snapshot by "VMware Data
> >>>>>> Recovery" to take a consistent backup and while deleting the
> >>>>>> snapshot something triggers horrible wrong values to "vnstat"
> >>>>>> which makes monthly summary useless
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> see below :-(
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> eth0 / daily
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> day rx | tx | total |
> >>>>>> avg. rate
> >>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> >>>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07
> >>>>>> GiB | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB |
> >>>>>> 74.49 GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB
> >>>>>> | 12.88 GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19
> >>>>>> GiB | 7.30 GiB | 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB |
> >>>>>> 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB
> >>>>>> | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11
> >>>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
> >>>>>> 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87
> >>>>>> kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06
> >>>>>> kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20
> >>>>>> kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB |
> >>>>>> 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB |
> >>>>>> 652.10 kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29
> >>>>>> GiB | 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
> >>>>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB |
> >>>>>> 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB
> >>>>>> | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60
> >>>>>> GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11
> >>>>>> 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s
> >>>>>> 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46
> >>>>>> kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB |
> >>>>>> 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB |
> >>>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89
> >>>>>> GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB |
> >>>>>> 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB
> >>>>>> | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51
> >>>>>> GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11
> >>>>>> 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s
> >>>>>> 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14
> >>>>>> Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00
> >>>>>> TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB |
> >>>>>> 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
> >>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >
> >
>


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Old 06-05-2011, 06:55 PM
Reindl Harald
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

sorry to say but you have no idea what about i am speaking
snapshots are not taken "through that virtualized ethernet device"

the guest is freezed for a short time to take a consistent
state of his drives which are copied on the host, the copy
has NOTHING to to with the ethernet device in the guest

Am 05.06.2011 20:50, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> so you have to somehow convince vmware not to take snapshots through
> that virtualized ethernet devices. maybe an extra ethernet device would
> help. the first one left for that snapshots fiction and second for
> networking.
>
> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 20:34:49 +0200
> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>
>>
>>
>> Am 05.06.2011 16:55, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>> i definitely wouldnt come to that idea to monitor guests on guests
>>> w/ vnstat because even if it had worked perfectly, its still just a
>>> fictional ethernet device.
>>
>> what is there fictional?
>>
>> it is a ethernet-device with all features of a ethernet-device
>> ond the guest does know nothing about virtualization
>>
>>> maybe a vmware monitoring software would be
>>> more precise or an alternative would be to bind each to a virtual
>>> network card and do the monitoring on the host measuring only the
>>> output data and then routing all this devices out, thereby using the
>>> host as a router, which is of course a more complicated setup and i
>>> am not even sure if it would work, but thats the way i would try to
>>> build it up.
>>
>> jesus for what reason?
>>
>> the host is not a router, the host is a virtual switch
>> and yes you have monitoring on the vCenter-Server but not
>> in a console like output and not with exactly numbers
>>
>> this are two different worlds and i see no reason why
>> vnstat would not work on the guest because it does
>>
>> only while snapshots are taken / removed there are some
>> short untrue peaks which would be easaliy could filtered
>> in the guest-software only by their hughe numbers which are
>> clearly impossible and the problem is that this does not
>> happen and so if some measuring says "20 GB in two seconds"
>> all averages are destroyed
>>
>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:20:16 +0200
>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>
>>>> yes!
>>>>
>>>> works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
>>>> this horrible peaks on 64bit guests
>>>>
>>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>>>> w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
>>>>>
>>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
>>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
>>>>>>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> seems only affect x86_64 guests
>>>>>> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
>>>>>> does not show this
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
>>>>>>
>>>>>> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
>>>>>> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
>>>>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a bugreport
>>>>>>>> for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> every night from friday to saturday from our
>>>>>>>> fedora-vmware-guests is made a snapshot by "VMware Data
>>>>>>>> Recovery" to take a consistent backup and while deleting the
>>>>>>>> snapshot something triggers horrible wrong values to "vnstat"
>>>>>>>> which makes monthly summary useless
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> see below :-(
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> eth0 / daily
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> day rx | tx | total |
>>>>>>>> avg. rate
>>>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>>>>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
>>>>>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07
>>>>>>>> GiB | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 74.49 GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB
>>>>>>>> | 12.88 GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19
>>>>>>>> GiB | 7.30 GiB | 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB
>>>>>>>> | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11
>>>>>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
>>>>>>>> 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87
>>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06
>>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB | 928.20
>>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB | 6.72 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 652.10 kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18 GiB | 6.29
>>>>>>>> GiB | 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB | 3.97 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11 902.15 MiB |
>>>>>>>> 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s 05/23/11 1.28 GiB
>>>>>>>> | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73 Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60
>>>>>>>> GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11
>>>>>>>> 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12 GiB | 788.78 kbit/s
>>>>>>>> 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB | 8.64 GiB | 838.46
>>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75 GiB | 8.19 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB | 5.44 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11 855.65 MiB | 4.89
>>>>>>>> GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s 05/30/11 1.43 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03 Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB
>>>>>>>> | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB | 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51
>>>>>>>> GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11
>>>>>>>> 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79 GiB | 658.85 kbit/s
>>>>>>>> 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB | 11.77 GiB | 1.14
>>>>>>>> Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00
>>>>>>>> TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB |
>>>>>>>> 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
>>>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
>>>>>>>>
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Old 06-05-2011, 07:19 PM
Lars Schotte
 
Default vnstat / network wrong peaks while delete snapshot

thats exactly what vmware needs to comprehend.

you dont need to tell me that ;-)

On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 20:55:53 +0200
Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:

> sorry to say but you have no idea what about i am speaking
> snapshots are not taken "through that virtualized ethernet device"
>
> the guest is freezed for a short time to take a consistent
> state of his drives which are copied on the host, the copy
> has NOTHING to to with the ethernet device in the guest
>
> Am 05.06.2011 20:50, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> > so you have to somehow convince vmware not to take snapshots through
> > that virtualized ethernet devices. maybe an extra ethernet device
> > would help. the first one left for that snapshots fiction and
> > second for networking.
> >
> > On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 20:34:49 +0200
> > Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >>
> >> Am 05.06.2011 16:55, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>> i definitely wouldnt come to that idea to monitor guests on guests
> >>> w/ vnstat because even if it had worked perfectly, its still just
> >>> a fictional ethernet device.
> >>
> >> what is there fictional?
> >>
> >> it is a ethernet-device with all features of a ethernet-device
> >> ond the guest does know nothing about virtualization
> >>
> >>> maybe a vmware monitoring software would be
> >>> more precise or an alternative would be to bind each to a virtual
> >>> network card and do the monitoring on the host measuring only the
> >>> output data and then routing all this devices out, thereby using
> >>> the host as a router, which is of course a more complicated setup
> >>> and i am not even sure if it would work, but thats the way i
> >>> would try to build it up.
> >>
> >> jesus for what reason?
> >>
> >> the host is not a router, the host is a virtual switch
> >> and yes you have monitoring on the vCenter-Server but not
> >> in a console like output and not with exactly numbers
> >>
> >> this are two different worlds and i see no reason why
> >> vnstat would not work on the guest because it does
> >>
> >> only while snapshots are taken / removed there are some
> >> short untrue peaks which would be easaliy could filtered
> >> in the guest-software only by their hughe numbers which are
> >> clearly impossible and the problem is that this does not
> >> happen and so if some measuring says "20 GB in two seconds"
> >> all averages are destroyed
> >>
> >>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:20:16 +0200
> >>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>
> >>>> yes!
> >>>>
> >>>> works perfectly, only after dealing with snapshots there are
> >>>> this horrible peaks on 64bit guests
> >>>>
> >>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:18, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>>>> w8, so you are saying that you run vnstat on the guests?
> >>>>>
> >>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:16:44 +0200
> >>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> Am 05.06.2011 16:12, schrieb Lars Schotte:
> >>>>>>> is ifconfig showing this huge numberg at that time as well?
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> not currently, but i have seen such outputs in "ifconfig" too
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>> do you have a 64bit OS or 32bit?
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> seems only affect x86_64 guests
> >>>>>> good input - the voip-machine is the only 32bit and
> >>>>>> does not show this
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>> did you try to report it to vmware as well?
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>> they will anser "fedora is not official supported and
> >>>>>> open-vm-tools vom rpmfusion too" on ESXi :-(
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>>> On Sun, 05 Jun 2011 16:06:48 +0200
> >>>>>>> Reindl Harald <h.reindl@thelounge.net> wrote:
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> has anybody an idea for which package i should file a
> >>>>>>>> bugreport for this? i guess "vnstat" is only the postman
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> every night from friday to saturday from our
> >>>>>>>> fedora-vmware-guests is made a snapshot by "VMware Data
> >>>>>>>> Recovery" to take a consistent backup and while deleting the
> >>>>>>>> snapshot something triggers horrible wrong values to "vnstat"
> >>>>>>>> which makes monthly summary useless
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> see below :-(
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> eth0 / daily
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> day rx | tx | total |
> >>>>>>>> avg. rate
> >>>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>>>>>> 05/07/11 16777216.00 TiB | 5.56 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB |
> >>>>>>>> 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/08/11 855.27 MiB | 4.24 GiB | 5.07
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 492.63 kbit/s 05/09/11 2.35 GiB | 72.14 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 74.49 GiB | 7.23 Mbit/s 05/10/11 1.47 GiB | 11.41 GiB
> >>>>>>>> | 12.88 GiB | 1.25 Mbit/s 05/11/11 1.11 GiB | 6.19
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 7.30 GiB | 708.76 kbit/s 05/12/11 1.17 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 5.82 GiB | 6.99 GiB | 678.38 kbit/s 05/13/11 1.12 GiB
> >>>>>>>> | 6.50 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.88 kbit/s 05/14/11
> >>>>>>>> 33554432.00 TiB | 4.10 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s
> >>>>>>>> 05/15/11 778.85 MiB | 4.45 GiB | 5.21 GiB | 505.87
> >>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/16/11 1.30 GiB | 7.37 GiB | 8.67 GiB | 842.06
> >>>>>>>> kbit/s 05/17/11 1.38 GiB | 8.18 GiB | 9.56 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 928.20 kbit/s 05/18/11 1.21 GiB | 6.83 GiB | 8.04
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 780.32 kbit/s 05/19/11 1.03 GiB | 5.68 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 6.72 GiB | 652.10 kbit/s 05/20/11 1.11 GiB | 5.18
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 6.29 GiB | 610.67 kbit/s 05/21/11 16777216.00 TiB
> >>>>>>>> | 3.97 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 05/22/11
> >>>>>>>> 902.15 MiB | 6.74 GiB | 7.62 GiB | 739.58 kbit/s
> >>>>>>>> 05/23/11 1.28 GiB | 16.56 GiB | 17.84 GiB | 1.73
> >>>>>>>> Mbit/s 05/24/11 1.60 GiB | 11.42 GiB | 13.02 GiB
> >>>>>>>> | 1.26 Mbit/s 05/25/11 1.47 GiB | 6.65 GiB | 8.12
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 788.78 kbit/s 05/26/11 1.23 GiB | 7.40 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 8.64 GiB | 838.46 kbit/s 05/27/11 1.43 GiB | 6.75
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 8.19 GiB | 794.70 kbit/s 05/28/11 33554432.00 TiB
> >>>>>>>> | 5.44 GiB | 33554432.00 TiB | 3336.00 Tbit/s 05/29/11
> >>>>>>>> 855.65 MiB | 4.89 GiB | 5.72 GiB | 555.47 kbit/s
> >>>>>>>> 05/30/11 1.43 GiB | 9.20 GiB | 10.62 GiB | 1.03
> >>>>>>>> Mbit/s 05/31/11 1.77 GiB | 9.52 GiB | 11.29 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 1.10 Mbit/s 06/01/11 1.51 GiB | 9.43 GiB | 10.94 GiB
> >>>>>>>> | 1.06 Mbit/s 06/02/11 906.48 MiB | 5.90 GiB | 6.79
> >>>>>>>> GiB | 658.85 kbit/s 06/03/11 2.36 GiB | 9.40 GiB |
> >>>>>>>> 11.77 GiB | 1.14 Mbit/s 06/04/11 16777216.00 TiB |
> >>>>>>>> 5.15 GiB | 16777216.00 TiB | 1668.00 Tbit/s 06/05/11
> >>>>>>>> 585.88 MiB | 2.30 GiB | 2.87 GiB | 417.64 kbit/s
> >>>>>>>> ------------------------+-------------+-------------+---------------
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>> estimated 877 MiB | 3.44 GiB | 4.30 GiB |
> >>>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>>
> >>>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>>
> >>>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>
> >
> >
>


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