[mrtg] Re: How do I crop the graphs at a certain Y-axis value?

Pete Templin petelists at templin.org
Wed Jan 28 23:59:32 MET 2004

Make two graphs:

One graph with MaxBytes and AbsMax at a low threshold, so you get the 
regular bandwidth.

One graph with MaxBytes where you want it and AbsMax at the absolute 
peak, so you get the big picture.

I do this with my BGP updates, even though Alex flames me hot and heavy 
for using the "wrong" tool.

Jordan wrote:

> I occasionally have really HUGE spikes of bandwidth, and I'd like to crop
> them off so I can see more detail of the regular bandwidth.  I've tried many
> combinations of MaxBytes, AbsMax, and Unscaled, but all I get is the graph
> scaled to fit the big spikes with a red line at MaxBytes.  What I want is my
> graph to be cropped at the red line (MaxBytes).  How do I accomplish this?

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