CPU Line Chart Width

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    • #5101
      biplab54biplab54
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      I am using the version 3.4. For CPU I have,
      CPU=interval:1,text:CPU,background-interval:10,chart:line max:100 series1:1 color1:00ff00 series2:2 color2:0000bb,alarms:(%1 ge 80 0000ff)(%2 ge 40 0000ff),display:Tot: %1[2.0f]%\, Krnl: %2[2.0f]%\, Queue: %3

      but I found the line chart too slim (attached). How can I increase the width?

    • #5102
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      I presume you would like the chart to span both columns? That’s not possible at the moment but I will look into making that an option.

    • #5104
      biplab54biplab54
      Participant

      I have a old 32bit version 1.8 also there.
      If i use the same line in that version the width is bigger by default. Attached is the pic from 32 bit (already shared the pic from 64 bit earlier). It’d be nice if I can make the width like 32bit version.

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    • #5106
      biplab54biplab54
      Participant

      Cannot see the pic from 64bit. So attaching again.
      Here is currently what i get in 64bit version.

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    • #5108
      TheBoneZoneTheBoneZone
      Participant

      I had the same issue. I fixed it with the height parameter:

      CPU=interval:2,background-interval:10,chart:filled height:2 series1:1 color1:00ff00 series2:2 color2:bb00bb series3:%3 color3:%red%, alarms:(%1 ge 80 %red%)(%2 ge 40 %red%)(%3 ge 20 %orange%),display:Tot: %1[2.0f]%\, Krnl: %2[2.0f]%\, Queue: %3|Processes: %4\, Threads: %5

      Maybe i understand the problem not correct?

      • This reply was modified 9 months, 3 weeks ago by TheBoneZoneTheBoneZone.
      • #5110
        biplab54biplab54
        Participant

        This is perfect. Yes, I want to adjust the height and width.

    • #5117
      GlennGlenn
      Keymaster

      The default height was reduced to one line in version 3. The height option will change that. The width option will work within the right column.

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