[rrd-users] Re: Strange result in using -X 0
Hugo van der Kooij
hvdkooij at vanderkooij.org
Tue Apr 22 23:35:52 MEST 2003
On Tue, 22 Apr 2003, Tony wrote:
> I have a number of graphs that display call minutes for different dial
> It shows MAX, AVG and LAST values on the graph.
> I noticed that the y-axis value was displaying in 'k' when I only wanted
> to show the whole number with no measurement value next to it.
> According to the docs I need to use -X 0 when producing the graph to
> prevent it from showing a measurement value.
> Which seemed to have worked until the max value on one of the graphs
> reached above 100000, then all values from the y-axis disappeared and
> the grid on the graph has no vertical lines just horizontal.
> I expect that the other graphs will go the same way when they, if they,
> reach above 100000.
> Am I using the wrong option when producing the graph?
> What is the correct one if so?
The question one would have to ask is wether a scale with a value of
6000000 makes a lot of sense. (If I did that my colleagues would call this
a dirty number. Because you have to use your finger to actually count the
number of zeros. And that would put fingerprints on your screen.)
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