No problem! If you feel like RTFM :), check out the official examples
http://wiki.pmacct.net/OfficialExamples under Section XVII - Using pmacct
as traffic/event logger; they have some initial information that can be
used. It took me a little trial and error to figure it out.
A… aggregating on something which can’t be aggregated. Nice hack :-)
> On 19 Apr 2016, at 15:26, Robert Juric wrote:
> I found you have to build the tables with timestamps and then when you
> aggregate with timestamp_start and timestamp_end you can
Just downloaded from Git and I was able to build it without a problem. I
Can't than you enough.
From: pmacct-discussion [mailto:pmacct-discussion-boun...@pmacct.net] On
Behalf Of Paolo Lucente
Sent: Tuesday, April 19, 2016 9:38 AM
Plese consider in 1.6.0, the code currently on GitHub, the build system
has totally changed - maybe you want to give a try with that one and see
if it works? If it does not or you need to stick to 1.5.3, i'd be happy
to have a look myself on your box as i have no way to reproduce this.
It principle it sounds no problem, you can set those directives even up to
one year. I just wonder whether that would make sense, ie. wait for a long
flow to complete before account for it. But maybe a better explanation of
your use-case and/or what you would like to achieve (ie. what