[rrd-users] y-axis scaling change from 1.0.46 to 1.2.12?

Valter Douglas Lisbôa Jr. douglas at trenix.com.br
Thu Jul 3 16:49:35 CEST 2008

Sorry again , bad typo (Many clients calling me together and a major internet 
provider backbone is down in my country, 8-0 ). 

I mean HRULE. When I used it the graph adjust exactly, with --upper-limit 
and --rigid It does not. I don't botter to much with this issue, so I use the 
graphs in this state. But its curious the 1.2.x have thats "upper margin" in 
the y axis, like thats does not appear shows any errors, I think it's a 
aesthetic difference.

On Thursday 03 July 2008 11:29:42 Christian Boehme wrote:
> Hello,
> Rene Fritzsche schrieb:
> > what amazes me more is the fact, that not only the drawing itself
> > changed (like the extra-space at the top, which seems to be produced
> > by that little arrow ontop of the y-axis) but the average values too.
> > is there some reason, why these calculations lead to different values
> > although its the same formular?
> Well, the change in averages is due to the two graphs being exported at
> slightly different times, i.e., the data is not completely identical. I
> though no one would notice :). However, the extra space can be even
> somewhat larger in other graphs, so I do not think it is caused by the
> y-arrow.
> Valter Douglas Lisbôa Jr. schrieb:
> > Sorry man I read better your problem now. Is not the font, its the fit of
> > graph. woldn't --rigid be supposed to correct this? My graphs in 1.2.x
> > has the same behavior, it only fit exactly when I use HREF and --rigid
> > together.
> I used rigid for both graphs, so that does not help. What does HREF do?
> I do not find it in the man pages, but it rather seems to be related to
> text?
> Any other ideas? Thank you
> Christian

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