[rrd-users] Re: Problem with graphing counter and average/max values

Westlake, Simon simon.westlake at twcable.com
Thu Nov 16 16:40:33 MET 2006

> Isn't the default to print 0.6 ?  And aren't you specifying
> you want to scale the number, by using %s ?

Nope.. I did not add %s after the 1.1lf originally. This is what
confused me - the graph would display '600m' but the text below the
graph would display a value like 0.5.

> Erm... I stopped once I saw HTML code appear.  To me that's
> even worse than too long lines.

> I've guessed (see attachments, which the list software will replace
> by hyperlinks).  If I guessed wrong:

> Try a separate thread, with an example rrdfile without unnecessary
> stuff.  Self contained examples (one script, generating the RRD,
> filling it with data, and creating PRINT statements) are preferred.
Sorry :) I'll give it a shot. I'm wondering if it's a problem with the
way MRTG generates files, that MAX and AVERAGE seem to be ==. Thanks for
the input.

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