[mrtg] Re: Starting a graph at X > 0?
jay at west.net
Tue May 2 20:56:27 MEST 2000
On Tue, 2 May 2000, Drew Dowling wrote:
> 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.
If you use RRDTool and 14all, you'll get expanded scales like you want
Jay Hennigan - Network Administration - jay at west.net
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