[rrd-users] Re: Forcing Y axis of graphs to autoscale with a minimum range
oetiker at ee.ethz.ch
Thu Oct 14 21:21:16 MEST 1999
Today you sent me mail regarding [rrd-users] Re: Forcing Y axis of graphs...:
*> I'm graphing various errors (CarrierTansitions, InterfaceResets
*> InputQueueDrops and OutputQueueDrops) and I'm scaling 'em to "per
*> minute". The router-monkeys around here don't wanna to see this
*> data when it's rate is less than one per minute.
*> So I'd like to set up RRD::GRAPHs so that the Y axis
*> - ranges from zero through one when all data is < 1
*> - ranges from zero through N when some data is > 1 (autoscale)
*> I've played around with --lower-limit and --rigid but haven't came
*> up with a solution.
*> Is this possible?
sure but don't use lower-limit and rigid, use --upper-limit 1.0
*> The best work-around I can think of is to CDEF the data to zero
*> when it's less than .5 or somesuch. Other ideas?
*> - - -
*> systems guy
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