Format yAxis of timelion graph in KB/sec MB/sec, GB/sec


(Jan Snelders) #1

I created a timelion graph of my incoming ethernet traffic on interface eth0.
(The interval is set to 1 minute hence the devide(60)):

.es(q="metricset.name: network AND system.network.name: eth0", metric=avg:system.network.in.bytes).derivative().divide(60).label(label="WAN IN")

This works fine and the graph is showing the correct values, however the y-axis shows number like 600000000, and 900000000 which is not very readable.
Is it possible to format those numbers in timelion graphs and also automatically scale them to KB/sec, MB/sec or GB/sec?


(Peter Pisljar) #2

Such functionality is not yet available, but there is an open issue for it and even a submitted PR so i guess you could take a look into that if you need it urgently.


(Jan Snelders) #3

Thanks, exactly what I need


(system) #4

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