[rrd-users] newbie question: antialiased graphs?

Angelo Höngens angelo at hongens.nl
Fri Aug 26 14:07:17 MEST 2005


My first post on this list, it's my last resort..

I would like to have nifty antialiased graphs as well! I've been using
rrdtool (mailgraph and cacti) for some time now, and they work like a charm,
but my graphs don't look way as cool as some I see. 

This is what I mean, smooth cool graph:

My graphs:

I've looked through rrdtool and rrdgraph's man pages, googled for quite some
time, searched through this list, but I just don't see where it takes place.

I was using Debian Testing's packages, just got rrdtool from unstable
(1.2.11-0.2), but still no fancy graphing :)

Perhaps I'm looking in the wrong place.. Don't even know the correct search
phrases, is it called anti-aliasing or smoothing, or whatever?

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

With kind regards,

Angelo Höngens 

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