[mrtg] Re: Multiple graphs per browser page?

Lightfoot.Michael Lightfoot.Michael at comcare.gov.au
Fri Dec 13 02:10:09 MET 2002

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Horner, Ben [mailto:bhorner at QANTM.com.au] 
> Sent: Friday, 13 December 2002 10:29 AM
> To: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
> Subject: [mrtg] Re: Multiple graphs per browser page?
> Hi All,
> Just a quick question.  I have used Indexmaker for the graphs 
> but what is the smallest size you can make the index graphs?  
> I want to make them small enough so you don't have to scroll 
> accross the screen.  The documentation says that you can set 
> the width and height but it doesn't seem to work and it 
> doesn't say what values to use.  Any ideas?
The manual for indexmaker (see the MRTG website) contains all the
options for creating the index page, including number of columns size of
graphs, etc.

As another reply stated, indexmaker does not generate separate graphs
but uses the same images as the daily graphs for each target.  If you
want to make them smaller, you do have rendering problems due to the way
IE and other browsers scale images.  I had to fiddle quite a bit to get
something half decent.  In the end I created 50% scaled graphs in three
columns that look OK most of the time.  You just have to experiment.

Michael Lightfoot
Unix Consultant
ISG Host Systems
+61 2 62750680

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