[bf1942] player graphing ( was: The game is popular! :-) )

"Einar S. Idsø" esi at itk.ntnu.no
Fri Jul 1 10:37:25 EDT 2005

The command I use to generate the graph you are talking about (and to
our new viewers, this is it: http://www.battlefield.no/?show=sact) is
attached to this mail. If attachments aren't allowed, then I will zip it
and provide a download-link.

After running the graph-command, I make the background transparent so
that it nicely blends in with any background like this:

convert -crop 555x490+23+2 \
    -transparent "#CCCCCC" \
    /home/server/tmp/players_all_day_big.png \

Then scp it to our webserver. This is of course all done in a script.

Ask if there's something I need to explain :)


------------- END COMMAND ---------------------
Steven Hartland wrote:
> An example of the graphing command would be great if u have
> it to hand. The docs aren't the clearest when it comes to enhanced
> output :P
>    Steve / K
> ----- Original Message ----- From: ""Einar S. Idsø"" <esi at itk.ntnu.no>
>> Cacti is relatively limited in what plot commands can be specified, so
>> in order to make this specific plot, I decided to use rrdtool directly.
>> I can give you more detailed info if you are interested :) 
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