[rrd-users] Re: graphing problem.
cliff at acsalaska.net
Sat Jan 4 04:07:08 MET 2003
Wednesday, January 1, 2003, 2:38:00 PM, you wrote:
GL> 1000m = 1 because m means milli.
GL> The graph is correct.
In the case of small amounts of traffic:
Yes....1 millibit per second may be technically correct.
However... .001 bits per second makes better sense.
And in the case of system load values, which don't
really seem to have a valid unit defined.....
1 milli *whats* ?
How can I make RRDTool present numbers that are
exactly what I see when I run top?
If top shows me a load average of .3 then I want
to see .3 and not 300 milli mystery units.
What area of the docs do I need to check to figure this out?
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