[mrtg] Re: Graphics
fluhmann at vvm.com
fluhmann at vvm.com
Wed Apr 23 21:55:09 MEST 2003
We use RRDTool for our graphing (with 14all.cgi to produce the pages).
With RRDTool, you could generate a graph and put a horizontal line at the
CIR and use Maxbytes set to 128K. If you wanted your 'dwmy' graphs to
show the line, you would need to edit 14all.cgi (or whatever you would
decide to use) by adding the HRULE parameter (part of: RRDs::graph).
If this sounds like something you might want to try, you may want to
download RRDTool (www.rrdtool.org) and read through the documentation, or
if you're using windows, take a look at the MRTG Implementation Manual
written by Florin Prunoiu (even if you're not using windows, it might
still be somewhat helpful). Good Luck!
Hope that helps,
McLane Information Systems Division
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [mrtg] Re: Graphics
From: "Peter Glanville" <peter_glanville at cuk.canon.co.uk>
Date: Wed, April 23, 2003 8:17 am
To: "Elizabeth C. Souza" <eliza at mg.senac.br>, mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
>>I'd like to customize the graph to show 0 to 128 K (static) and
>>indicate the CIR. How can I do this?
> Maxbytes serves 3 functions.
> 1. Sets vertical scale on graphs using the Unscaled option
> 2. Used to calculate the percentage values
> 3. Used to cut off and disregard too high values.
> Option 3 can be over ridden using Absmax
> Personnaly, I set Maxbytes to CIR, Option Unscaled, Absmax=PIR (maxBurst
> This may not give the scales you want.
> If you set Maxbytes to 128, you will not get the CIR indication.
> Take your pick, or can someone else help?
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