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From: Ethan Mallove (ethan.mallove_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-09-26 13:30:47


Wow, that is fun! Looks like the graph-zooming stuff comes
from RRDgraph, which is part of RRDtool?

  http://oss.oetiker.ch/rrdtool/doc/rrdgraph.en.html

I wonder if (and IANAL) that zoom feature could be pulled
into Jpgraph?

-Ethan

On Wed, Sep/26/2007 11:12:37AM, Josh Hursey wrote:
> The group I worked with in undergrad just setup Cacti for monitoring
> three cluster setups they have running. It is pretty snazzy. One of
> the cool things is the dynamic zoom feature they have going on.
>
> Go to: (username/password -> guest/guest) [This is publicly known
> username/password so no worries about posting to a listserv, just
> don't pass around too much as I don't want to overwhelm their servers]
> http://hp.cluster.earlham.edu/cacti/
>
> Click on 'Servers' -> 'Host: Hopper'
>
> Click on the magnifying glass beside the lo0 graph (or any of the
> graphs).
>
> Use your mouse to make a bounding box in the graph by clicking and
> dragging until the section you want to look at is in the red box.
>
> When you release your mouse button it will zoon in the graph.
>
>
> I thought this was totally cool for a variety of reasons, but the UI
> of the graph zoom may influence how we want to integrate such
> functionality in the MTT reporter.
>
> -- Josh
>
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