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ragraph: graph argus(8) data.

NAME

ragraph - graph argus(8) data.

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2000-2003 QoSient. All rights reserved.
SYNOPSIS
ragraph metric [object] [-M mode] [options] [raoptions]
DESCRIPTION
Ragraph reads argus(8) data from an argus-file, and graphs fields of interest from matching argus flow activity records. Current, ragraph uses rrd-tool to generate GIF formatted graphs, and so many options to rrd-tool are supported by ragraph. Ragraph supports graphing most metrics that are available in argus data. The list includes bytes, sbytes, dbytes, pkts, spkts, dpkts, trans, dur, avgdur. Ragraph also supports graphing based on multiple objects, such as the destination address or destination port values. The list currently include saddr, daddr, proto, sport, dport. By default ragraph writes its output to ragraph.gif, in the current directory. Use the '-w' raoption to specify an alternate output filename.

OPTIONS

-M <mode> - Specify the mode for printing. Current ragraph supports any arbitrary time range as a mode, specified either as a number followed by the time scale seconds(s), minutes(m), hours(h), days(d), months(M), years(y), or as a type of time, such as hourly, daily, etc. Examles are: -M 1s graph bins of size 1 second. -M 15m graph bins of size 15 minutes. -M hourly graph bins of size 1 hour. -M daily graph bins of size 1 day. -log Use logarithmic scale for y-axis. -fill Turn off area fill. -stack Turn off data stacking. -split Turn off axis splitting for src/dst(in/out) traffic. -height Specify height in pixels for the graph (275 pixels) -width Specify width in pixels for the graph (800 pixels) -upper Specify upper bounds for graphing data (automatic). -lower Specify lower bounds for graphing data (automatic). When data is split, you need to specify the value as a negative number. -title Specify a graph title.

RA OPTIONS

Ragraph, like all ra based clients, supports a number of ra options including filtering of input argus records through a terminating filter expression, and specifying an output filename using the -w option. See ra(1) for a complete description of ra options.

EXAMPLES

To graph the total load for the data in an argus-file argus.data at 10 second intervals: ragraph bytes -M 10s -r argus.data -title "Total Load" To graph the rate (pkt/sec) on a destination port basis for the data from a specific probe in an argus-file argus.data at 1 minute intervals: ragraph pkts dport -M 1m -r argus.data - srcid 192.168.0.10

AUTHORS

Carter Bullard (carter@qosient.com).
SEE ALSO
ragraph(5), ra(1), rarc(5), argus(8) tcpdump(1), 21 July 2001 RAGRAPH(1)
 
 
 

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