[smokeping-users] Graph background color @ 100% packet loss

Ryan Harden hardenrm at uiuc.edu
Tue Apr 8 15:39:52 CEST 2008

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This may or may not be what you're looking for. In the same section as
nodata_color, there is loss_background. When set to yes, the y-axis for
that interval is colored with the corresponding loss color. This works
quite well for me, however I do not know what happens at 100% loss.


David Tomic wrote:
> Hi folks,
> Today I had an outage on one of the links which smokeping monitors, and 
> noticed that that the graph just went completely blank during the problem.
> Ideally I'd like to have something a bit more 'noticeable' when a link 
> goes off-line, so I was wondering ...
> Similar to how we have a "nodata_color", would it be possible to have 
> something like an additional "linkdown_color" as well?
> IE - When a link starts returning 100% packet loss, instead of the 
> graphs just going blank for the duration, we can specify a background 
> color for the graphs [the same as 'nodata_color'] to make it more obvious.
> Any comments/feedback appreciated!
> Regards,
> --David Tomic
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