[atlas]time base / synch for the "lst two hours" graphs?
Viktor Naoumov vnaumov at ripe.net
Fri Apr 8 22:18:38 CEST 2011
Hi Wilfried, It's not possible at the moment. See Robert's email about access to your data, so you can build graph yourself. WBR /vty On 04/08/2011 09:23 PM, Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet wrote: > Viktor, > > fist of all thanks for the explanation of the control parameters! > Being able to configure the plots is extremely helpful. > > There's one thing that I would like to do, if possible with your > interface: I'd like to control the scaling of the Y-axis, in order > to make graphs "optically comparable" on the spot. Is this possible? > > TIA > Wilfried. > > Viktor Naoumov wrote: >> On 03/30/2011 05:59 PM, Wilfried Woeber, UniVie/ACOnet wrote: >> >>> Hi Viktor, >>> >>> thanks for the explanation! >> you're welcome >> >>> OK, thanks for this. Is there a description somewhere? >>> prb_id is obvious :-) but which valuess are valid for msm_id? >>> I presume I can guess the values for type... >>> >> Here you go... >> >> msm_id you can find out in the web page source :) >> >> http:/atlas.ripe.net/atlas/rrd.png?prb_id=1&msm_id=2&type=daily&end=last >> >> .png - file type (can be .png, .svg, .eps, .pdf) >> >> List and description of GET arguments: >> >> prb_id - Probe ID >> msm_id - Measurement ID >> graph - graph name. Predefined collection of graphs currently 'tiny_rtt' >> and 'default'. If not defined - 'default' is assumed >> type - type of the graphs: >> 'minutely' : 'end-7200' - 'now' >> 'hourly' : 'end-28800' - 'now' >> 'daily' : 'end-90000' - 'now' >> 'weekly' : 'end-691200' - 'now' >> 'monthly' : 'end-2678400' - 'now' >> 'yearly' : 'end-31536000' - 'now' >> >> start - when graph should begin (see AT-STYLE TIME SPECIFICATION on RRD >> fetch page) >> end - when graph should end, same as start but also included keyword >> 'last', that end the graph at the last entered measurement >> 'start' and 'end' override 'type' >> width - width of the graph canvas in pixels (Title, legend, axis names >> are not included) >> height - canvas height in pixels (Title, legend, axis names are not >> included) >> >> Best regards, >> >> /vty >>