[mrtg] Re: Setting Max Height

Paul C. Williamson pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Thu Mar 29 22:50:06 MEST 2001

Do you want to ignore the 10M?  WithPeak only holds that value through 
the other three graphs (w,m,y), the exact opposite of something you're 
looking for.  If you don't care about the 10M spike, you need to put in 
an AbsMax of something less than 10M so that anything above that 
number is ignored.  Or you could run a perl script called killspike that 
will eliminate that peak each time it happens, which I don't think you 
want to do.  AbsMax and MaxBytes seem to be what you are looking 
to do.  MaxBytes will appear as a solid horizontal line, and AbsMax 
should be the top of your graph, or very close to it... 


>>> "Brian E. Seppanen" <seppy at chartermi.net> 03/29/01 03:51PM >>>

Periodically we have a spike in traffic that is so sizeable that the
remainder of the values don't show up on the graph scale.  The scale of
the image becomes so unreasonable that we have a graph with 10M showing
up twice a day and basically no other traffic showing.   How do I scale
the image to ignore the peaks.  withpeak sounds vaguely like the option,
but the description makes me question if it does what I think it should

any help appreciated.  Thanks,

Brian Seppanen
Charter Communications
Regional Data Center				906-228-4226 ext 23
Marquette, MI					seppy at chartermi.net 

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