[mrtg] Re: strange thing on one of my graphs.

Paul C. Williamson pwilliamson at mandtbank.com
Fri Nov 30 02:21:10 MET 2001

The red line is the MaxValue.  I've noticed that if your maxbytes (5760000) is close enough to a "major" division, the red line will be drawn at the actual MaxBytes, but the graph will get drawn to the major interval.  So to me, it makes sense that the graph is drawn to 6k, but the MaxBytes red line is slightly lower...  Don't know what would happen if you put an AbsMax of 6200000 and a MaxBytes of 5760000, maybe the graph would scale up to 8k.  Easy to test, just put unscaled in the config...

Of course, I could be wrong...


>>> "Roth, Gabrielle" <gabrielle.roth at xo.com> 11/29/01 06:48PM >>>
I noticed something odd in a test case I'm running.  Config below:

Target[myrouter.perminute]: \Hssi4/0/0.6:public at myrouter:
SetEnv[myrouter.perminute]: MRTG_INT_IP=""
MaxBytes[myrouter.perminute]: 5760000
Options[myrouter.perminute]: growright, perminute
YLegend[myrouter.perminute]: Bytes per minute
Title[myrouter.perminute]: Example of graph with perminute and growright
PageTop[myrouter.perminute]: <H1>Traffic Analysis for Hssi4/0/0.6 --

The weird thing is, there's a red line across the top where the 'MaxBytes'
value is.  I thought that this would only show up if you have AbsMax set as
well, and as you can see, I don't.  Anybody else ever seen this?  I haven't
so don't know if it's normal or not.

This is for the FAQ, so I'd like the picture to be correct, or at least
explainable. :)  

Graph is attached, I expect it will be removed by the listbot.

"Five out of four people have a problem with math."

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