[rrd-users] How to Force Generation of VRULE Regardless of Scale

Chris Neumann chris at asterdata.com
Fri Jan 26 17:56:30 CET 2007

Unfortunately, no.  I've been viewing the images directly and varied the graphing options
(horizontal/vertical image size, zoom factor, etc.) to verify that the lines 'really' aren't getting
drawn (which they are not).

Thanks tho!

- Chris

Alex van den Bogaerdt wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 26, 2007 at 08:51:07AM -0500, Joe Loiacono wrote:
>> I have had a different experience. I keep four MTG-like graphs (i.e., 24 
>> hours, 7 days, 1 month, 1 year) and occasionally I add a VRULE. That VRULE 
>> will appear on each graph (recall: varying time periods) at the specified 
>> time, with the same pixel width.
>>> I have created several scripts that are used to generate usage graphs.
>>> Additionally, they can superimpose VRULEs overtop of the graphs at
>>> certain times.  However, if the duration of time displayed on the x-axis
>>> is too large, the VRULEs do not appear (presumably because their width
>>> becomes too small to register).
>>> Is there a way to force the VRULEs to be generated on graphs, regardless
>>> of the ratio between their actual pixel width and the graph scale
>>> (knowing that at larger durations, the placement of the VRULEs becomes
>>> less precise)?

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