[mrtg] Re: Monitoring on SuperMicro Servers
Chris.Clemson at softwareag.co.uk
Thu Dec 18 10:49:43 MET 2003
> # The -12V line won't plot because the numbers are negative. Using
> # would sort this out, but i'm not clever enough yet.
> OK, I won't claim to be an expert on MRTG or Perl by any
> stretch of the
> imagination, but I was wondering... Since you can do math on items
well, it sounds like you know more than me!
> you're processing, is it possible to run an Absolute Value function on
> the OID you're plulling. Set Maxbytes for 14 or something (to
> make sure
> you catch overages) and the in the legends you simply say -12V.
ah, possibly. i was looking for an option like that, basically all i need to
do is remove the "-" sign
thanks i'll check it out!
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