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Hello,

We have kind of problem with data transfer limitations with one of our servers. Transfers are now logged, but logs only show how much data has been transferred in total. Problem is that only part of data is going outside 'local' network. There is virtually no limitations for transfers in local area, so we would need to separate logs for local and outside transfers.
We are using FreeBSD 3.3 system. Propably easiest way, having 2 NICs, one for each network area, is not possible.

Amounts of transferred data (both incoming and outgoing) should be possible to monitor with MRTG or like. Using IPFilter with "log" option with accept will cause system slowdown, increase latency and create awful amounts of logfiles, due to FreeBSD Handbook. Is there some better way to do this?

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Question by:setae
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by:gheist
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1>We have kind of problem with data transfer limitations with one of our servers.
Maybe it simply starts to swap out something, or melts down due to some other overload.
check out netstat -ni ; netstat -nm ; netstat -ns ; vmstat -m ; vmstat -s ; vmstat -i # etc.
2>Transfers are now logged, but logs only show how much data has been transferred in total.
What kind of logging???
3>Problem is that only part of data is going outside 'local' network.
Must be network overload or duplex mismatch.
4>There is virtually no limitations for transfers in local area, so we would need to separate logs for local and outside transfers.
See 2
5>We are using FreeBSD 3.3 system.
Very,very bad, 4.9 is much better
6>Propably easiest way, having 2 NICs, one for each network area, is not possible.
No problem - you can route "local" traffic via lo1 interface, and measure it your way(in 4.9, not sure about 3.3)
7>Amounts of transferred data (both incoming and outgoing) should be possible to monitor with MRTG or like.
see 6
8>Using IPFilter with "log" option with accept will cause system slowdown, increase latency and create awful amounts of logfiles, due to FreeBSD Handbook.
for sure.
9>Is there some better way to do this?
sure - build new 4.9 system with two quality NICs, pay special attention to configure ipfw and dummynet in network-friendly manner.
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by:setae
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Limitations for data transfers are set by our ISP, not by hardware/software.

Currently we are Logging all data transferred (in and out) via NIC with MTRG, transfer speeds and total amount of daily transfer.
By "Local area" I ment servers in the same server area, which can communicate between without creating traffic outside area. For example, backups are made to another server, and these transfers are shown as traffic for server's NIC (shown as traffic for MRTG), but these don't affect to our outside transfer limitations. Unfortunately, ISP doesn't provide graphs of data transfers, so we have to do this by ourselves.
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> Limitations for data transfers are set by our ISP, not by hardware/software.
if you have problems with ISP, change it.
> Currently we are Logging all data transferred (in and out) via NIC with MTRG, transfer speeds and total amount of daily transfer.
MRTG is not "logging all", 100Mbps makes almost terabyte every day, these are "interface counters", not traffic.
> By "Local area" I ment servers in the same server area, which can communicate between without creating traffic outside area.
You can use MRTG on your ethernet switch
> Unfortunately, ISP doesn't provide graphs of data transfers, so we have to do this by ourselves.
None does.

Let me explain:
2Mbps is very much, please use MRTG to read interface counters from your outside router, and maybe NTOP to read NetFlow(tm) data. I still think problem is within server (maybe 3.3 got hacked ???), not the network or leased line or whatever
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by:setae
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We cannot fund another ISP, or even raise our transfer quotas, as this server is acting for non-profit organization. All we have is x86-based server on serverroom, with one ip and port reserved from the switch.

By logging I ment we are logging amounts of data transferred; transfer speeds and total daily transfers. Data itself, of course, is not logged at all.

So, still, all we want to do, for now, is to log amounts of data traffic, separated to 2 files; one containing all traffic to (and from) ip range x.x.x.x - y.y.y.y, while another file contains amounts of data from all other transfers.
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look at ntop from www.ntop.org, it is very handy tool <http://www.ntop.org>, can analyze netgraph data if your ISP supports it (i hear you - they do not), and basically plots graphs about and around captured traffic.
WARNING: sets ethernet adapter in promiscious mode and eats CPU resources fast.
basic parameters ntop -W 0 -w 12845 , where 12845 is port you can point your broser to.

on the other hand your server software logs many things, analog is the tool to get some pictures out of it. <http://www.analog.cx/>

And again same thing: be very careful while exposing very old software to internet...

there may be ethernet misconfiguration, please see netstat -i and check if interface does not show many collisions
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by:gheist
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About another solution:
build kernel with two or more loopback interfaces and route part of traffic via them... ("part" is determined by route and firewall capabilities mostly) - e.g routing xxxx-yyyy via it.

if you provide me with output from
netstat -ni ; netstat -nm ; netstat -ns ; vmstat -m ; vmstat -s ; vmstat -i
replacing addresses and names with something nonspecific, i can try to explain if there are some popular performance problems.
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by:setae
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Thanks for tips, ntop and lo-devices seem like to solve our problem. Unfortunately I've been unable to test those so far, because we had no bpfilter enabled in kernel configuration. Im trying to fix the problem this weekend, and if ntop/lo-devices really solve these problems, you'll get your reward.

Btw, we are running FreeBSD 4.6.2, wonder how I could remembered it was 3.3.. hmm ;)
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And output of stats you asked;

# netstat -ni ; netstat -nm ; netstat -ns ; vmstat -m ; vmstat -s ; vmstat -i
Name  Mtu   Network       Address            Ipkts Ierrs    Opkts Oerrs  Coll
fxp0  1500  <Link#1>    xx:yy:zz:xx:yy:zz 275981858   184 111784126     2 38903904
fxp0  1500  xxx.yyy.zzz/20 zzz.xxx.yyy.vvv  82000355     - 111709557     -     -
fxp0  1500  fe80xxx:y::zzz fe80:xxx::yyy:zzz:        0     -        0     -     -
lo0   16384 <Link#3>                       3794650     0  3794650     0     0
lo0   16384 ::1/128     ::1                     12     -       12     -     -
lo0   16384 fe80:3::1/6 fe80:3::1                0     -        0     -     -
lo0   16384 127           127.0.0.1        3787037     -  3787037     -     -
139/912/18304 mbufs in use (current/peak/max):
        135 mbufs allocated to data
        4 mbufs allocated to packet headers
131/566/4576 mbuf clusters in use (current/peak/max)
1360 Kbytes allocated to network (9% of mb_map in use)
0 requests for memory denied
0 requests for memory delayed
0 calls to protocol drain routines
tcp:
        114232375 packets sent
                73782868 data packets (4111434418 bytes)
                295594 data packets (337631269 bytes) retransmitted
                1 resend initiated by MTU discovery
                26580264 ack-only packets (2989684 delayed)
                0 URG only packets
                362 window probe packets
                13552109 window update packets
                26158 control packets
        84494335 packets received
                23988391 acks (for 4096337632 bytes)
                789262 duplicate acks
                0 acks for unsent data
                66377085 packets (1378710875 bytes) received in-sequence
                115089 completely duplicate packets (6597097 bytes)
                390 old duplicate packets
                8168 packets with some dup. data (880113 bytes duped)
                16981 out-of-order packets (14947015 bytes)
                23 packets (8528 bytes) of data after window
                16 window probes
                1640794 window update packets
                249 packets received after close
                1213 discarded for bad checksums
                0 discarded for bad header offset fields
                0 discarded because packet too short
        11920 connection requests
        14197 connection accepts
        161 bad connection attempts
        0 listen queue overflows
        18470 connections established (including accepts)
        26141 connections closed (including 3081 drops)
                4066 connections updated cached RTT on close
                4066 connections updated cached RTT variance on close
                1748 connections updated cached ssthresh on close
        5887 embryonic connections dropped
        16852227 segments updated rtt (of 16154484 attempts)
        157520 retransmit timeouts
                128 connections dropped by rexmit timeout
        560 persist timeouts
                0 connections dropped by persist timeout
        5591 keepalive timeouts
                1730 keepalive probes sent
                3764 connections dropped by keepalive
        6331284 correct ACK header predictions
        57878717 correct data packet header predictions
        28776 syncache entries added
                41988 retransmitted
                2310 dupsyn
                0 dropped
                14197 completed
                2455 bucket overflow
                0 cache overflow
                1296 reset
                10824 stale
                0 aborted
                0 badack
                4 unreach
                0 zone failures
        0 cookies sent
        0 cookies received
udp:
        1266011 datagrams received
        0 with incomplete header
        0 with bad data length field
        0 with bad checksum
        0 with no checksum
        4822 dropped due to no socket
        0 broadcast/multicast datagrams dropped due to no socket
        0 dropped due to full socket buffers
        0 not for hashed pcb
        1261189 delivered
        1184648 datagrams output
ip:
        213910410 total packets received
        2928 bad header checksums
        0 with size smaller than minimum
        16 with data size < data length
        0 with ip length > max ip packet size
        0 with header length < data size
        0 with data length < header length
        0 with bad options
        22 with incorrect version number
        0 fragments received
        0 fragments dropped (dup or out of space)
        0 fragments dropped after timeout
        0 packets reassembled ok
        85785371 packets for this host
        2021 packets for unknown/unsupported protocol
        0 packets forwarded (0 packets fast forwarded)
        3 packets not forwardable
        0 packets received for unknown multicast group
        0 redirects sent
        115496608 packets sent from this host
        0 packets sent with fabricated ip header
        0 output packets dropped due to no bufs, etc.
        0 output packets discarded due to no route
        0 output datagrams fragmented
        0 fragments created
        0 datagrams that can't be fragmented
        0 tunneling packets that can't find gif
        1 datagram with bad address in header
icmp:
        4822 calls to icmp_error
        0 errors not generated 'cuz old message was icmp
        Output histogram:
                echo reply: 24990
                destination unreachable: 4822
        0 messages with bad code fields
        0 messages < minimum length
        0 bad checksums
        0 messages with bad length
        0 multicast echo requests ignored
        0 multicast timestamp requests ignored
        Input histogram:
                echo reply: 42
                destination unreachable: 1914
                echo: 24990
                time exceeded: 112
        24990 message responses generated
        0 invalid return addresses
        0 no return routes
        ICMP address mask responses are disabled
igmp:
        0 messages received
        0 messages received with too few bytes
        0 messages received with bad checksum
        0 membership queries received
        0 membership queries received with invalid field(s)
        0 membership reports received
        0 membership reports received with invalid field(s)
        0 membership reports received for groups to which we belong
        0 membership reports sent
ip6:
        14 total packets received
        0 with size smaller than minimum
        0 with data size < data length
        0 with bad options
        0 with incorrect version number
        0 fragments received
        0 fragments dropped (dup or out of space)
        0 fragments dropped after timeout
        0 fragments that exceeded limit
        0 packets reassembled ok
        12 packets for this host
        0 packets forwarded
        2 packets not forwardable
        0 redirects sent
        18 packets sent from this host
        0 packets sent with fabricated ip header
        0 output packets dropped due to no bufs, etc.
        0 output packets discarded due to no route
        0 output datagrams fragmented
        0 fragments created
        0 datagrams that can't be fragmented
        0 packets that violated scope rules
        2 multicast packets which we don't join
        Input histogram:
                TCP: 12
                ICMP6: 2
        Mbuf statistics:
                12 one mbuf
                2 one ext mbuf
                0 two or more ext mbuf
        0 packets whose headers are not continuous
        0 tunneling packets that can't find gif
        0 packets discarded due to too may headers
        0 failures of source address selection
        source addresses on an outgoing I/F
                6 node-locals
        source addresses of same scope
                6 node-locals
        11 forward cache hit
        0 forward cache miss
icmp6:
        0 calls to icmp_error
        0 errors not generated because old message was icmp error or so
        0 errors not generated because rate limitation
        Output histogram:
                multicast listener report: 5
                neighbor solicitation: 1
        0 messages with bad code fields
        0 messages < minimum length
        0 bad checksums
        0 messages with bad length
        Histogram of error messages to be generated:
                0 no route
                0 administratively prohibited
                0 beyond scope
                0 address unreachable
                0 port unreachable
                0 packet too big
                0 time exceed transit
                0 time exceed reassembly
                0 erroneous header field
                0 unrecognized next header
                0 unrecognized option
                0 redirect
                0 unknown
        0 message responses generated
        0 messages with too many ND options
        0 messages with bad ND options
        0 bad neighbor solicitation messages
        0 bad neighbor advertisement messages
        0 bad router solicitation messages
        0 bad router advertisement messages
        0 bad redirect messages
        0 path MTU changes
Memory statistics by bucket size
Size   In Use   Free   Requests  HighWater  Couldfree
  16      658    622    1638170    1280          0
  32      949  23371    5616481     640      12213
  64    33313  36767   35894961     320     121193
 128     5478  44858    1998018     160      38333
 256    30424   3752   10378964      80        103
 512      362    950    5136827      40     639210
  1K       44    332     156344      20      79592
  2K      107   1527     150103      10      40094
  4K       22      5    4866417       5          0
  8K        5     10       4257       5       1887
 16K       13      0       3092       5          0
 32K        3      0          3       5          0
 64K        1      0          2       5          0
128K        8      0          9       5          0
256K        1      0          1       5          0
512K        2      0          2       5          0

Memory usage type by bucket size
Size  Type(s)
  16  uc_devlist, UFS dirhash, p1003.1b, routetbl, ether_multi, vnodes,
          mount, pcb, soname, rman, bus, sysctloid, sysctl, ATA generic, temp,
          devbuf, atexit, proc-args, kld
  32  linux, atkbddev, UFS dirhash, dirrem, mkdir, diradd, freefile,
          freefrag, indirdep, bmsafemap, newblk, tseg_qent, in_multi, routetbl,
          ether_multi, ifaddr, vnodes, cluster_save buffer, pcb, soname,
          taskqueue, SWAP, eventhandler, bus, sysctl, uidinfo, subproc, pgrp,
          temp, devbuf, proc-args, sigio, kld
  64  isadev, UFS dirhash, allocindir, allocdirect, pagedep, NFS req,
          in6_multi, routetbl, ether_multi, ifaddr, vnodes,
          cluster_save buffer, vfscache, pcb, soname, rman, eventhandler, bus,
          sysctloid, subproc, session, ip6ndp, temp, devbuf, lockf, proc-args,
          file, AR driver, AD driver
 128  ZONE, UFS dirhash, freeblks, inodedep, routetbl, vnodes, mount,
          vfscache, soname, ttys, bus, cred, ip6ndp, temp, devbuf, zombie,
          proc-args, dev_t, timecounter, kld
 256  UFS dirhash, FFS node, newblk, NFS daemon, routetbl, ifaddr, vnodes,
          vfscache, ttys, ioctlops, bus, subproc, temp, devbuf, proc-args,
          kqueue, file desc
 512  UFS dirhash, UFS mount, NFSV3 diroff, ifaddr, mount, BIO buffer,
          ptys, msg, ioctlops, bus, uidinfo, ATA generic, ip6ndp, temp, devbuf,
          file desc, AR driver
  1K  uc_devlist, UFS dirhash, NQNFS Lease, BIO buffer, sem, ioctlops, bus,
          temp, devbuf, kqueue, file desc, kld, AR driver, AD driver
  2K  UFS mount, ifaddr, BIO buffer, pcb, ioctlops, bus, proc, temp,
          devbuf, file desc, kld, AR driver
  4K  memdesc, UFS mount, sem, msg, kobj, temp, devbuf, kld
  8K  mbuf, UFS mount, indirdep, syncache, kld
 16K  indirdep, pagedep, shm, msg, temp, devbuf, kld
 32K  temp, devbuf
 64K  VM pgdata, devbuf
128K  UFS mount, UFS quota, UFS ihash, inodedep, NFS hash, temp, devbuf,
          kld, ISOFS mount
256K  vfscache
512K  SWAP, kld

Memory statistics by type                          Type  Kern
        Type  InUse MemUse HighUse  Limit Requests Limit Limit Size(s)
        linux     7     1K      1K 85442K        7    0     0  32
     atkbddev     2     1K      1K 85442K        2    0     0  32
   uc_devlist    13     2K      2K 85442K       13    0     0  16,1K
      memdesc     1     4K      4K 85442K        1    0     0  4K
         mbuf     1     8K      8K 85442K        1    0     0  8K
       isadev     9     1K      1K 85442K        9    0     0  64
         ZONE    16     2K      2K 85442K       16    0     0  128
    VM pgdata     1    64K     64K 85442K        1    0     0  64K
  UFS dirhash   489    89K    266K 85442K    31782    0     0  16,32,64,128,256,512,1K
    UFS mount    30   161K    161K 85442K       30    0     0  512,2K,4K,8K,128K
    UFS quota     1   128K    128K 85442K        1    0     0  128K
    UFS ihash     1   128K    128K 85442K        1    0     0  128K
     FFS node 29853  7464K   8285K 85442K  9928045    0     0  256
       dirrem     0     0K    669K 85442K   177064    0     0  32
        mkdir     0     0K     43K 85442K     9020    0     0  32
       diradd    40     2K    217K 85442K   178217    0     0  32
     freefile     1     1K    709K 85442K    98776    0     0  32
     freeblks     1     1K   2854K 85442K   125589    0     0  128
     freefrag     0     0K     14K 85442K   147498    0     0  32
   allocindir   326    21K   2175K 85442K  4257731    0     0  64
     indirdep     5     1K    273K 85442K    12017    0     0  32,8K,16K
  allocdirect   110     7K    377K 85442K   364537    0     0  64
    bmsafemap     6     1K      4K 85442K    27646    0     0  32
       newblk     1     1K      1K 85442K  4622269    0     0  32,256
     inodedep    42   134K   2991K 85442K   253373    0     0  128,128K
      pagedep     6    17K     50K 85442K    40736    0     0  64,16K
     p1003.1b     1     1K      1K 85442K        1    0     0  16
     NFS hash     1   128K    128K 85442K        1    0     0  128K
  NQNFS Lease     1     1K      1K 85442K        1    0     0  1K
 NFSV3 diroff     0     0K      2K 85442K       11    0     0  512
   NFS daemon     1     1K      1K 85442K        1    0     0  256
      NFS req     0     0K      1K 85442K  3783577    0     0  64
    in6_multi     6     1K      1K 85442K        6    0     0  64
     syncache     1     8K      8K 85442K        1    0     0  8K
    tseg_qent     0     0K      2K 85442K    16995    0     0  32
     in_multi     2     1K      1K 85442K        2    0     0  32
     routetbl   217    30K     39K 85442K    38152    0     0  16,32,64,128,256
  ether_multi    28     2K      2K 85442K       28    0     0  16,32,64
       ifaddr    30     8K      8K 85442K       30    0     0  32,64,256,512,2K
       vnodes    26     6K      6K 85442K      339    0     0  16,32,64,128,256
        mount    14     7K      7K 85442K       16    0     0  16,128,512
cluster_save buffer     0     0K      1K 85442K    34316    0     0  32,64
     vfscache 31272  2220K   3189K 85442K 10752894    0     0  64,128,256,256K
   BIO buffer    32    55K   3107K 85442K   147495    0     0  512,1K,2K
          pcb    78     6K      8K 85442K    84451    0     0  16,32,64,2K
       soname    58     5K     10K 85442K  1592754    0     0  16,32,64,128
         ptys    81    41K     41K 85442K       81    0     0  512
         ttys  3336   419K    448K 85442K    47484    0     0  128,256
          shm     1    12K     12K 85442K        1    0     0  16K
          sem     3     6K      6K 85442K        3    0     0  1K,4K
          msg     4    25K     25K 85442K        4    0     0  512,4K,16K
         rman    61     4K      4K 85442K      435    0     0  16,64
     ioctlops     0     0K      2K 85442K      154    0     0  256,512,1K,2K
    taskqueue     1     1K      1K 85442K        1    0     0  32
         SWAP     2   277K    277K 85442K        2    0     0  32,512K
         kobj     1     4K      4K 85442K        1    0     0  4K
 eventhandler    12     1K      1K 85442K       12    0     0  32,64
          bus   356    30K     30K 85442K      670    0     0  16,32,64,128,256,512,1K,2K
    sysctloid    20     1K      1K 85442K       20    0     0  16,64
       sysctl     0     0K      1K 85442K    16031    0     0  16,32
      uidinfo    39     2K      3K 85442K     2701    0     0  32,512
         cred   353    45K     60K 85442K   578002    0     0  128
      subproc   592    49K     62K 85442K   460713    0     0  32,64,256
         proc     2     4K      4K 85442K        2    0     0  2K
      session   147    10K     11K 85442K    13119    0     0  64
         pgrp   191     6K      7K 85442K    19105    0     0  32
  ATA generic    16     5K      5K 85442K       16    0     0  16,512
       ip6ndp     3     1K      1K 85442K        4    0     0  64,128,512
         temp   319   146K    565K 85442K  1167580    0     0  16,32,64,128,256,512,1K,2K,4K,16K,32K,128K
       devbuf   124   266K    355K 85442K  6198846    0     0  16,32,64,128,256,512,1K,2K,4K,16K,32K,64K,128K
        lockf    62     4K      8K 85442K  1575809    0     0  64
       atexit     1     1K      1K 85442K        1    0     0  16
       zombie     0     0K      2K 85442K   216410    0     0  128
    proc-args   216     7K     12K 85442K   155244    0     0  16,32,64,128,256
       kqueue    29    29K     58K 85442K    54763    0     0  256,1K
        sigio    31     1K      2K 85442K     3698    0     0  32
         file   969    61K     85K 85442K  9633067    0     0  64
    file desc   318   176K    205K 85442K   238821    0     0  256,512,1K,2K
        dev_t  1333   167K    167K 85442K     1333    0     0  128
  timecounter    10     2K      2K 85442K       10    0     0  128
          kld    16   897K    903K 85442K       69    0     0  16,32,128,1K,2K,4K,8K,16K,128K,512K
    AR driver     2     2K    491K 85442K  3957126    0     0  64,512,1K,2K
    AD driver     8     8K      9K 85442K  4776859    0     0  64,1K
  ISOFS mount     1   128K    128K 85442K        1    0     0  128K

Memory Totals:  In Use    Free    Requests
                13524K  13545K    65843651
284573880 cpu context switches
643504270 device interrupts
 38260284 software interrupts
174533930 traps
1647394597 system calls
        5 kernel threads created
   159712  fork() calls
    56939 vfork() calls
        0 rfork() calls
    20975 swap pager pageins
    50694 swap pager pages paged in
    19292 swap pager pageouts
    85022 swap pager pages paged out
    38852 vnode pager pageins
   188120 vnode pager pages paged in
      805 vnode pager pageouts
     1467 vnode pager pages paged out
    10781 page daemon wakeups
 40986034 pages examined by the page daemon
    51708 pages reactivated
  4829170 copy-on-write faults
        2 copy-on-write optimized faults
 27190934 zero fill pages zeroed
 12146402 zero fill pages prezeroed
    21879 intransit blocking page faults
 38381700 total VM faults taken
        0 pages affected by kernel thread creation
 26387917 pages affected by  fork()
 19812786 pages affected by vfork()
        0 pages affected by rfork()
 75243306 pages freed
       24 pages freed by daemon
 21383373 pages freed by exiting processes
    63238 pages active
    31329 pages inactive
     4865 pages in VM cache
    27938 pages wired down
      793 pages free
     4096 bytes per page
171547823 total name lookups
          cache hits (90% pos + 3% neg) system 0% per-directory
          deletions 0%, falsehits 0%, toolong 0%
interrupt                   total       rate
ata0 irq14                 107154          0
ata1 irq15                 245271          0
fxp0 irq12              265544759        162
mux irq11                 4423856          2
fdc0 irq6                       1          0
atkbd0 irq1                 14962          0
sio0 irq4                       3          0
sio1 irq3                      24          0
clk irq0                163668363        100
rtc irq8                209500067        128
Total                   643504460        393
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by:gheist
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Name  Mtu   Network       Address            Ipkts Ierrs    Opkts Oerrs  Coll
fxp0  1500  <Link#1>    xx:yy:zz:xx:yy:zz 275981858   184 111784126     2 38903904
* around 10% network collisions ... seems normal with half-duplex

5887 embryonic connections dropped
* few portscans, not a problem yet

Memory Totals:  In Use    Free    Requests
* quite fine, i686-only kernel + FAST_FPU option will improve matters a little bit

fxp0 irq12              265544759        162
* reasonably loaded system, consider 4.9 with POOLED interrupts, 4.2 is fine too
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Sorry for late answer acception, we ran into hardware problems while updating to new compilation of kernel.. sometimes these computers just drive me mad :)
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