[rrd-users] AW: AW: Re: Graphs with two Y axis

Masopust Christian christian.masopust at siemens.com
Thu Sep 16 13:56:31 MEST 2004

hi david,

if i'm right you'll have possibly very big and very small values (of y)
in one graph, so this is best handled with logarithmic y-axis...

have a look at option "-o" of rrdgraph...

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: David Cannings [mailto:lists at edeca.net]
Gesendet: Donnerstag, 16. September 2004 11:33
An: Masopust Christian
Betreff: Re: AW: [rrd-users] Re: Graphs with two Y axis

On Thursday 16 September 2004 10:13, you wrote:
> On Thursday 16 Sep 2004 01:32 am, you said:
> > I do not want to simply divide the 40000 by 1000 and label it as
> > units as there may only be 40 files, or there may be 400000.  Is there
> > any
> Well, that's currently  what we're doing, so if anyone knows a way, we'd
> like
> to hear too :-)

> what about making y-axis logarithmic scaling??

Can you explain what you mean by this, and how you'd do it with rrdgraph?  


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