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      Lessons learned from my first attempt to use this to debug a problem · 508bd9e5
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      for Nick! The output format needed some, uh, tweaks.
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      Add uky2 · e975057d
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      Updates. · 5946216b
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      Comment out the range. · 3d5a3797
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      New script, analogous to Mike's node_traffic script. Basically, it · b885ce89
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      was driving me nuts that we do not have an easy way to see what is
      going on *inside* the fabric.
      So this one reports on traffic across trunk links and interconnects
      out of the fabric.  Basic operation is pretty simple:
      	Usage: switch_traffic [-rs] [-i seconds] [switch[:switch] ...]
      	Reports traffic across trunk links and interconnects
      	-h          This message
      	-i seconds  Show stats over a <seconds>-period interval
      So with no arguments will give portstats style output of all trunk
      links and interconnects in the database. Trunk links are aggregate
      numbers of all of the trunk wires that connect two switches.
      The -i option gives traffic over an interval, which is much more
      useful than the raw packet numbers, since on most of our switches
      those numbers have probably rolled over a few times.
      You can optionally specify specific switches and interconnects on the
      command line. For example:
      boss> wap switch_traffic -i 10 cisco3 ion
      Trunk                    InOctets      InUpkts   InNUpkts   ...
      ----------------------------------------------------------- ...
      cisco3:cisco10                128            0          1   ...
      cisco3:cisco8                2681            7          4   ...
      cisco3:cisco1                4493           25          7   ...
      cisco3:cisco9                 192            0          1   ...
      cisco3:cisco4                 128            0          2   ...
      pg-atla:ion                     0            0          0   ...
      pg-hous:ion                     0            0          0   ...
      pg-losa:ion                     0            0          0   ...
      pg-salt:ion                  2952            0         42   ...
      pg-wash:ion                     0            0          0   ...
      NOTE that the above output is abbreviated so it does not wrap in the
      git log, but you get the idea.
      Or you can specify a specific trunk link:
      	boss> wap switch_traffic -i 10 cisco3:cisco8
      Okay this is all pretty basic and eventually it would be nice to take
      these numbers and feed them into mrtg or rrdtool so we can view pretty
      graphs, but this as far as I can take it for now.
      Maybe in the short term it would be enough to record the numbers every
      5 minutes or so and put the results into a file.
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      Add current_speed(). · 6787124e
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      Add LookupByType(). · 78f183ff
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