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From:Dan Nelson Date:January 22 2002 6:48pm
Subject:Re: Bytes sent vs. Bandwidth used
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In the last episode (Jan 22), James Riordon said:
> At 22:35 -0800 01/21/2002, I whispered:
> >On Mon, Jan 21, 2002 at 11:02:47PM -0500, James Riordon wrote:
> > > 
> > > 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 |
> >
> > Is Apache/PHP on the same server as MySQL?
> 
> Yes. We have Apache, PHP and MySQL all running on the same server. 
> Our actual throughput yesterday actually turned out to be closer to
> 350MB but the MySQL extended-status Bytes_Sent showed around 700MB by
> the end of the day.

Do you connect via unix domain sockets (i.e. 'localhost'), or TCP
sockets?  Unix sockets will not be counted in any TCP traffic stats.

-- 
	Dan Nelson
	dnelson@stripped
Thread
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