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By S. M. Ibrahim Lavlu, Dinangkur Kundu

With a great deal of screenshots and illustrations and straightforward step by step directions, this publication is perfect for novices within the community tracking company. This ebook is for an individual who desires to deal with a community utilizing Cacti. You don't must be a Linux Guru to take advantage of this e-book.

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Height of the graph. The default value is 120 pixels, which is good enough for all graphs. Width of the graph. The default value is 500 pixels. RRDtool graphs are composed of staircase curves by default. This is in line with the way RRDtool calculates its data. Some people favor a more "organic" look for their graphs. 2 and above support smoothing of graphs, known as slope mode. Check this if you want the graph auto-scaled. If you checked Auto Scale, then you have to select one option from these four.

It is fairly easy to manage devices through the Cacti web front-end. It provides a fast poller, advance graph templating, and multiple data acquisition methods out of the box, wrapped in an easy to use interface that makes sense to the network administrator. Creating graphs If you are familiar with RRDTool, then you know Cacti is designed to harness the power of RRDTool's data storage and graphing functionality. If you are not, don't worry—Cacti will create graphs without extensive configuration input from users.

Graph templates Graphs are used to visualize the data you have collected. A graph template provides a skeleton for an actual graph. When you have more then one system/device, a graph template will save you lots of time and also reduce the possibility of error. Any parameters defined within a graph template are copied to all the graphs that are created using this template. Creating a graph template Now, we are going to create a new graph template. Under the Templates heading, click on Graph Templates.

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