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Re: [php-weathermap] Images with MRTG, RRDTool and routers2.cgi



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Howard Jones wrote:
> Dunc wrote:
>> Does anybody else have a similar setup to mine, and if so how do you
>> draw your graphs?
>>   
> The OVERLIBGRAPH parameter is a URL, so anything that can draw the
> graphs on the fly from a  URL will work (which I guess is what routers2
> must do). This is what you do with Cacti, too. So the simplest way to
> find out is to go into the routers2 web interface, right-click on an
> image and copy link. Use that for the OVERLIBGRAPH and see what happens.
> 
> Check into something like drraw (in the rrdworld section of the rrdtool
> site) if it doesn't. Worst case, you can still add a bunch of 'rrdtool
> graph' commands to the front of a shell script that then runs weathermap...
> 
> 

Thanks for the tips, I'll check it out.

Keep up the good work by the way, php-weathermap rocks. :-)

Cheers,

Dunc

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