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I have used BMON to monitor bandwidth, although the results seem rather rough to me. i.imgur.com/YbCO0.png It appears that every minute recorded, the cap is 10.60KiB, although this was not ...
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    What can you tell from this output (BMON)


    I have used BMON to monitor bandwidth, although the results seem rather rough to me.

    i.imgur.com/YbCO0.png

    It appears that every minute recorded, the cap is 10.60KiB, although this was not the case, as sometimes the monitor would reach 12.00KiB

    Is this an average? If so why are they all exactly at 10.60KiB?

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    10.06KiB ~= 80 kbits per second. Not a lot. My guess is that happens to correspond to system network maintenance operations automatically dealt with by the operating system.
    Sometimes, real fast is almost as good as real time.
    Just remember, Semper Gumbi - always be flexible!

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    Thanks for the info!

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