[rrd-users] how correctly make speed graphics

Steve Shipway s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz
Thu May 26 01:57:11 CEST 2011

>     "VDEF:in_avg=in,LAST",
>     "VDEF:out_avg=out,LAST",
>     "GPRINT:in_avg:Speed IN\\: \%6.2lf\%S kbyte",
>     "GPRINT:out_avg: OUT\\: \%6.2lf\%s kbyte",

This is not right.  The %s in the GPRINT is replaced with the magnitude prefix (k,M,G) so you should use the standard unit as the suffix.  Else, youll see '1k kbyte' if the value is 1000 and '1 kbyte' if the value is 1. You should use:

>     "GPRINT:out_avg: OUT\\: \%6.2lf \%sbyte",


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