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    SubjectRe: intermittant petabyte usage reported with broadcom nic
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     > > Apr 11 22:14:02 '  eth0:220898233988841368 66750274    0    0    0     0          0  86458738 52386430545 101089219 199313    0    0     0  199313          0 '

    > > Apr 11 22:15:02 ' eth0:17227454818 81381144 0 0 0 0 0 0 33091307388 86658381 0 0 0 0 0 0 '

    > But in fact I think you're saying that the numbers go bad, and then stay bad.

    Doesn't look like it -- one minute after the first hiccup the eth0 #s
    look reasonable again.

    - R.
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