[mrtg] Y-axis scale issue
s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz
Thu Jan 1 07:49:42 CET 2009
The 'm' prefix is for 'milli-percent'.
This is of course not really meaningful in this context, so you need to tell MRTG to suppress it.
With MRTG you can use the KMG directive to redefine the prefixes, but I dont know for sure if mrtg-rrd supports this.
With the Routers2 frontend, you use the extended option 'fixunit' to prevent unit prefixes. (routers.cgi*Options:fixunit).
From: mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch [mrtg-bounces at lists.oetiker.ch] On Behalf Of Nilesh Sutar [sutar.nilesh at gmail.com]
If possible give me reply.I have configured mrtg-rrd on my machine for various network activities.The graphs also comming nicely. but for system load ,Y-axis scale shows as 100 m .. 200 m .. 300 m etc when system load is less than 1.what this "m" means, and system load always counted in % i don't understand this "m". really what that m indicates.
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