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From:Jeremy Zawodny Date:January 22 2002 6:35am
Subject:Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth used
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On Mon, Jan 21, 2002 at 11:02:47PM -0500, James Riordon wrote:
> Hi All,
> 
> 	I have our new client up and running and have come upon another 
> question. When I get extended-status I get the following:
> 
> | Bytes_received           | 53553199  |
> | Bytes_sent               | 664736462 |
> 
> 
> If I am correct this mean about 664MB sent to the client from MySQL. The 
> problem is that the entire server is only showing abount 128MB of 
> bandwidth usage for the same time period.
> 
> So my question is: What exactly does Bytes_sent refer to. Is this a 
> server internal usage, or is my bandwidth usage for MySQL not showing up 
> properly in my stats?
> 
> Or is it possible that alot of the information being sent from MySQL to 
> PHP for processing is simply not getting used in the final output. If 
> this is the case then would that not show an in-efficient use of queries?

Is Apache/PHP on the same server as MySQL?

Jeremy
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Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJames Riordon22 Jan
  • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJeremy Zawodny22 Jan
    • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJames Riordon22 Jan
      • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedDan Nelson22 Jan
        • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJames Riordon23 Jan
          • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJeremy Zawodny23 Jan
            • Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth usedJames Riordon23 Jan