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zkilzz
15 Jan 2007, 09:32
Hey guys!
I am wondering about what your boards use in bandwidth?

Here is mine:

URL: http://www.bilforumet.net
Members: 25500
Threads: 137.000
Posts: 1.570.000

Users online while checking bandwitdh load: 350

Bandwith out: around 4.000 KBP/S
Bandwith in: around 300 KBP/S

If you wonder how it is measured search Google for a Bandwith monitor (for your linux), install it and see what you get. I used a program called iptraf. It might be already in your system.

Try

yum install iptraf

then
iptraf
"Detailed interface statistics"



Marius

orban
15 Jan 2007, 18:01
Requests 201 req/s
Traffic 1.53 Mbyte/s

Yey! hehehe

zkilzz
15 Jan 2007, 20:57
Requests 201 req/s
Traffic 1.53 Mbyte/s

Yey! hehehe

201 users? :D

orban
16 Jan 2007, 05:22
There were over 3000 users online I think

zkilzz
16 Jan 2007, 07:36
There were over 3000 users online I think

I really cant understand how i get 5MBIT/S when i only got 300 or so? I dont even have enabled attachments.

What do you use to measure? Are you on linux?

orban
17 Jan 2007, 07:58
5mbit/sec = 0.6mbyte/sec

Ntfu2
17 Jan 2007, 08:13
I really cant understand how i get 5MBIT/S when i only got 300 or so? I dont even have enabled attachments.

What do you use to measure? Are you on linux?


If your on shared/vps hosting, it maybe reading the whole server and not your account

https://www.vbulletin.org/forum/external/2007/01/3.jpg

NameClan.com
23 Jan 2007, 01:58
I want my forum to be like that ...

zkilzz
28 Jan 2007, 02:11
If your on shared/vps hosting, it maybe reading the whole server and not your account

http://www.PhotoHousing.com/is.php?i=428&img=band_img.ht.jpg

What program is that? :D Nice btw

BTW: I have found out my board hits 5MBIT sometimes during high load. Usually its around 4MBIT load. :D