Wrong Web traffic

Discussion in 'General' started by minttux, Apr 30, 2016.

  1. minttux

    minttux Member

    Hi i have 120GB bandwidth per month and i have some website that doesn't have lot visitors but my bandwidth finish and it's strange also i have installed vnstat and i get this for only one day:
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    but i think ispconfig doesn't show correct bandwidth for websites:
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    it shows total 1655 MB that is wrong absolutely my total transfer was 908 MB for a few hours but how does it possible total transfer of websites from setup ispconfig be 1656 MB
    and it doesn't reset bandwidth per month?
    so how can i see real bandwidth of each website?
    and it seems it doesn't block website when use more than limit
     
  2. minttux

    minttux Member

    any idea or same experience or issue?
     
  3. florian030

    florian030 ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    Maybe you used the most bandwith for mail or os-updates?
     
  4. minttux

    minttux Member

    Mail server has separate server
    also database has separate server
    and i didn't any update
    is there any module for apache to calculate all bandwidth and it be online?
    for example if i download 10MB from my website it doesn't show in ispconfig
     
  5. florian030

    florian030 ISPConfig Developer ISPConfig Developer

    The traffic is calculated using the apache/nginx log once a day during the cron_daily-job (00:30).
     
  6. Jesse Norell

    Jesse Norell Active Member

    vnstats shows you counters on your network interface, which as Florian indicated may very well not be website traffic, and hence would not show on your web server/websites stats. 2/3 of your 908MiB was RX, ie. received by your server, which could be it downloading something (eg. OS updates), receiving unwanted traffic (eg. ping flood), or it could simply reside on a chatty shared network.

    To identify the traffic, if you have an ip firewall in place you might be able to get a little more info from your counters (iptables -L -n -v) and/or logs; or you could install tools to monitor it (google will find more, but a quick search shows: http://www.slashroot.in/find-network-traffic-and-bandwidth-usage-process-linux).
     

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