[rrd-users] Re: How get CPU and Memory values
mattj at inty.net
Fri Oct 7 14:41:30 MEST 2005
Load averages don't have an upper limit, so they can't be a percentage
The number is representative of the number of processes vying for usage
of the processor at any one time, not overall usage of the processor
On 7 Oct 2005, at 09:59, Felipe Piccirilo wrote:
> I begin to use /proc/loadavg like I saw once at a mrtg tutorial...
> Now i'm trying to print on the y-axis the values 100%, 60%, 40%,
> instead of de default printed by rrdtool that is only the numbers. Do
> anyone knows how could I do this?
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