[rrd-developers] Re: re overriding Y-axis autoscaling

Matt Zimmerman mdz at debian.org
Mon Mar 26 09:31:40 MEST 2001

On Fri, Mar 23, 2001 at 03:51:58PM -0600, steve rader wrote:

> A coupla times recently I've come across a situation where I'd like
> to turn off Y-axis autoscaling.  A good example is the daily (second)
> graph at
>  http://nrg.hep.wisc.edu/nrg-demo/tcp/Erehwon/Erehwon-pop-tcp-resp.cgi
> which graphs POP response times in milliseconds.  The problem is that
> said graph has > 1000 ms response times so the Y-axis max refers to
> 1.5 k ms/query which is, well, goofy at best.

For this case, it might make more sense to store your data in seconds, rather
than milliseconds.  rrdtool would then do the right thing, and display ms/query
or s/query as appropriate.

 - mdz

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