[mrtg] Re: YMax

Justin Shore listuser at vinnie.ksu.ksu.edu
Sat Feb 12 08:16:27 MET 2000

I'm not sure if I follow you on this one.  Do you want the graph to 
always stay at one height (not change depending on how the current 
max value) or do you want to define the highest possible value you 
want MRTG to accept?  If its the first than you need to set MaxBytes 
to your max and use the Unscaled option.  if its the second, use 
MaxBytes and AbsMax.


When I created a page to monitor the # of used dialin ports on one of 
my terminal servers, I used MaxBytes and the Unscaled option to make 
my graphs always show 32 as the max, even if it was currently at 3 or 
4.  That way the I could make an overview page with multiple daily 
gifs and can glance at them to see how each was doing (without 
stopping to read the numbers each time.

Good luck!

At 12:55 AM -0600 2/12/00, Albert Wiersch wrote:
>I have a simple question... just one!
>How do I set the maximum Y value to graph? I want it to be fixed at say,
>20000 bytes. Is there a YMax? If there is, it isn't documented.
>This is something that I think would be simple to do but I can't figure it
>Albert Wiersch
>AI Internet Solutions
>al at tetrion.com
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