[mrtg] Re: Getting rid of all the in-out

Lightfoot.Michael Lightfoot.Michael at comcare.gov.au
Wed Nov 20 00:03:50 MET 2002

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Rich, Mark [mailto:mark.rich at eds.com] 
> Sent: Wednesday, 20 November 2002 7:02 AM
> To: mrtg (E-mail)
> Subject: [mrtg] Getting rid of all the in-out
> Thanks to all who responded to my query about graphing the 
> sum of byte in and bytes out- it seems to be working 
> smoothly- next question: can anyone tell me how to get rid of 
> the MaxIn, MaxOut, curentIn, curentOut etc stuff below the 
> graphs I'm producing; since they are not terribly relevenat any longer
>From http://www.enterastream.com/whitepapers/mrtg/mrtg-manual.html:

The Options Keyword allows you to set some boolean switches:


When using rateup for graph generation, this option will stop MRTG
creating a legend at the bottom of the HTML pages it generates.  

Just add this to the Options keyword for the relevant graphs (either
globally at the top of the configuration, before the part of the config
where you don't want the Legend, or within each affected graph

Michael Lightfoot
Unix Consultant
ISG Host Systems
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