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Tuning Of Mulemrtg Charts A small How-To

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Posted 24 October 2004 - 02:43 PM

Normally a MuleMRTG chart would look like this (i. e. Overhead/Day):
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After some small changes it could look like this:
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All you need to do is edit the file C:\Program Files\MuleMRTG\config\mrtg.cfg.
Here is my mrtg.cfg:

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Workdir: `C:/Program Files/MuleMRTG/output/`
RunAsDaemon: yes

Title[eMule-Data]: eMule Data
XSize[eMule-Data]: 600
YSize[eMule-Data]: 467
Pagetop[eMule-Data]: eMule Data
MaxBytes[eMule-Data]: 1000000000
Options[eMule-Data]: absolute, nopercent, growright, unknaszero, noborder, noarrow, nobanner, pngdate, transparent
Target[eMule-Data]: `C:/Program Files/perl/bin/perl.exe C:/Program Files/MuleMRTG/config/getlog.pl C:/Program Files/Emule/perflog.csv DatDown DatUp`
YLegend[eMule-Data]: Bytes/sec
LegendI[eMule-Data]: Download
LegendO[eMule-Data]: Upload
Legend1[eMule-Data]: Downloaded file data in bytes/second
Legend2[eMule-Data]: Uploaded file data in bytes/second

Title[eMule-Overhead]: eMule Overhead
XSize[eMule-Overhead]: 600
YSize[eMule-Overhead]: 467
Pagetop[eMule-Overhead]: eMule Overhead
MaxBytes[eMule-Overhead]: 1000000000
Options[eMule-Overhead]: absolute, nopercent, growright, unknaszero, noborder, noarrow, nobanner, pngdate, transparent
Target[eMule-Overhead]: `C:/Program Files/perl/bin/perl.exe C:/Program Files/MuleMRTG/config/getlog.pl C:/Program Files/Emule/perflog.csv OvrDown OvrUp`
YLegend[eMule-Overhead]: Bytes/sec
LegendI[eMule-Overhead]: Recv
LegendO[eMule-Overhead]: Sent
Legend1[eMule-Overhead]: Received overhead in bytes/second
Legend2[eMule-Overhead]: Sent overhead in bytes/second
Further notes: The width (XSize) maximum is 600. XSize and YSize only count for the graph itself, the labels take another 100x35 pixels. Further informations can be found here.

This post has been edited by xnorf: 10 July 2007 - 10:27 PM

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