[mrtg] Starting a graph at X > 0?

Drew Dowling drewhead at vnet.net
Tue May 2 20:16:26 MEST 2000

	Amoung other things, we are pulling inlet and exaust data from our cisco
7000 series routes and graphing them.  It works quite nicely, so nicely
infact that my network guys have decided that they will use is as
ammunition for requesting more air conditioning in certian locations.  The
properties rep they are working with is an older gentelmen who is
complaining about not being able to see a 10 degree tempature swing on
these graphs.  
	I kinda agree with him, it is difficult to see significant changes when
placed against a scale as it is.  It's never going to be 0 in that room,
infact; it'll never be 40 in there.  Can I make mrtg start the X axis at a
defined number instead of 0... say 40?  And how would I go about doing
that?  Surely this would enhance the changes visually.
Drew Dowling      	drewhead at vnet.net
704-722-3546		Vnet http://www.vnet.net
	a service of CT Communications http://www.ctc.net

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