[rrd-users] Re: Showing a longer timeframe on a graph
andrew-rrd at andrew.net.au
Sun Oct 17 09:42:40 MEST 2004
On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 10:13:29AM +0200, Alex van den Bogaerdt wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 15, 2004 at 08:57:13AM +1000, Andrew Pollock wrote:
> > > Two weeks in the past, minus 300 seconds (why ?!?), means 14*86400-300 seconds.
> > > Each pixel column should display 300 seconds, so your graph needs to be
> > > (14*86400-300)/300 pixels wide. Good luck.
> > That was a hypothetical example. Let's say I want 3 days "width" at the 5
> > minute resolution. The same question still applies. Do I have to resort to
> > "walking" along the graph in daily increments so as not to get
> > consolidation?
> How can you display more than one interval in one pixel-column without
> doing some kind of consolidation ?!?
> Indeed, you can't.
> So, if you want to see a 5 minute resolution, you cannot display more
> than 5 minutes times the amount of pixels on the X-axis.
Of course you can't, which is why I'd be wanting a graph that is twice as
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