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Tsaousis, Costa costa at tsaousis.gr
Wed Jul 23 13:04:47 BST 2014

Hi Marcel,

thanks. Probably a command line option should be the best choice for this.
I'll look to it.

You could also check github.com/ktsaou/netdata, that visualizes in realtime
QoS classes to nice web charts.



On Wed, Jul 23, 2014 at 2:21 PM, <firehol-devs-bounces at lists.firehol.org>

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> From: "Marcel Gsteiger" <Marcel.Gsteiger at milprog.ch>
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> Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2014 13:21:19 +0200
> Subject: FireQOS default Kb/Mb scaling for status display is sometimes
> inappropriate
> Hi all
> I am testing fireQOS now for quite some time with good success.
> There is one small caveat, however. My setup uses a 10 Gig interface to
> the main switch. On this interface I have several tagged 802.1q VLANs. One
> such VLAN connects to my public router that has 100 Mbps total bandwidth.
> Total bandwidth on this interface is limited to 200 Mbps, anyway. This is a
> twin 10Gig Card; the other interface is being used to synchronize data with
> the other member in a 2 node symmetric cluster.
> Now when I try "service fireqos status xxx" on my interface, all figures
> are given in MBit/s - on most classes I use this shows either "-" or "0"
> and therefore is not very useful to me. So I patched the function
> "htb_stats()" and commented out the line that sets "local
> resolution=1000000" so I get the resolution always in Kbit/s instead of
> Mbit/s. This workaround seems perfect for my situation.
> However, it cold perhaps be preferable to have a configurable parameter so
> the "HTB display resolution" can be overridden individually for each
> interface, or at least globally.
> Best regards
> Marcel
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