[mrtg] Re: Multiple devices - One Graph - Many Colours
Mike.Koch at etsi.fr
Fri Aug 31 15:49:21 MEST 2001
Err, I don't exactly see why this is not possible with RRDTool...
but also, I don't exactly understand the sentence "They can all be on top of
each other, but max a line at predifined max on graph but serval colors
leading up to that max." (I'm not English speaker). So maybe all this is not
that clear to me....
From: Paul C. Williamson [mailto:pwilliamson at mandtbank.com]
Sent: vendredi 31 aout 2001 15:39
To: andrec at emailco.co.za; mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: [mrtg] Re: Multiple devices - One Graph - Many Colours
This can't be done with MRTG. Not even if you switch over to RRDTool. Take
mrtg out of the mix, and use Cricket/RRDTool or something else/RRDTool.
You may be able to use MRTG to collect the data, but I don't know how you
would use that data to be combined into a single graph with one of the other
frontends already out there.
>>> "Andre Coetzee" <andrec at emailco.co.za> 08/31/01 09:32 AM >>>
I wonder if anyone can help me out, I have been experimenting with
We have seperation of our internet line to different servers. Web Servers,
Mail Servers, etc.
Just for background.
What I want to do, is graph bandwidth used (IN/OUT) from serveral servers on
one graph with
different colors on MRTG ? or do I need RRDTool ??
They can all be on top of each other, but max a line at predifined max on
graph but serval
colors leading up to that max.
SNMP is activated on all devices, all I need to know is :
Can it be done with MRTG ?
What would I need to put into .cfg file to do so ?
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