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|Author:||stevesh [ Tue Jun 22, 2004 12:02 pm ]|
|Post subject:||New developments in v2.15|
In case people are interested...
I'm now working on enhancements for v2.15. Having received a number of requests relating to this (see, I do listen...) I've added a userdefined 'summary' style page.
The definition for this is as with the userdefined 'routers.cgi*Graph: ' directive, but instead uses 'routers.cgi*Summary: "Summaryname"' to define which graphs (including userdefineds) appear in the summary page. The existing summary page now becomes one of these auto-generated userdefined (as with incoming and outgoing graphs).
This will allow you to specify any number of summary groups, rather than just the one. It will also mean that probably I will add new device-level directives such as 'routers.cgi*WithAuto: yes|no' to enable and disable the creation of the automatic summarys (incoming, outgoing and summary pages).
Anyone want to give their thoughts on this? Syntax of the new directive, extra options that should be added for this, and so on?
The next thing is to make the Compact summary also definable in this way.
|Author:||disorganizer [ Thu Jul 22, 2004 7:47 pm ]|
well, i cant help on the points you braught in....
but maybe i got some other requests:
1) add a "dateseparator" option in routers.conf to replace / by . for the archive menu :-)
2) have a "previous" and a "next" button beneath the graph when archived rrds are used to "scroll" through time instead of using the menu (this would be more fomfort because when having lots of devices you always have to scroll down to the menu and then select it and search for the next day if you want to scroll through history of a device)
3) implement a hierarchical menu structure :-) [but i believe this will stay a deam for the far future, maybe for v 15.9 or so ]
nevertheless, v2.15 is a great peace of work and working perfectly as the previous versions for me....
tnx @ steve
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