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chartsd

chartsd is a daemon that generates flow chart diagrams from any log file with a specific format. It can be used to generate diagrams from statistics of the temperatures of the CPU, main board, hard drives, or whatever.

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  •  30 Aug 2005 11:33

    Release Notes: The doc directory was added. A new variable (SHOWN_INTERVALS) was added in the config files for the diagram. The highest and lowest values were also added. Some minor bugs were fixed.

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    31 Aug 2005 05:01 dma147

    Re: These aren't flow charts.


    > Hi, from the screenshot I'd call them

    > 'line graphs' or 'line charts'. If by

    Line graphs, eh? Sounds good to me... ;)

    Thanks for this!

    I'll update my descriptions as soon as possible.

    30 Aug 2005 18:11 akhasha

    Re: These aren't flow charts.


    > would you be so kind, how you would call

    > this then?

    > You have to know, that I'm german and I

    > really don't know, how to call them then

    > instead of flow charts diagram.

    Hi, from the screenshot I'd call them 'line graphs' or 'line charts'. If by flow you mean they are updated frequently, you could also call them 'live'.

    30 Aug 2005 09:30 dma147

    Re: These aren't flow charts.


    > The description could stand to be

    > changed.

    >

    > A document describing those charts which

    > are flow charts is available at

    > http://deming.eng.clemson.edu/pub/tutorials/qctools/flowm.htm.

    hi,

    would you be so kind, how you would call this then?

    You have to know, that I'm german and I really don't know, how to call them then instead of flow charts diagram.

    Thanks.

    30 Aug 2005 07:14 cduffy

    These aren't flow charts.
    The description could stand to be changed.

    A document describing those charts which are flow charts is available at http://deming.eng.clemson.edu/pub/tutorials/qctools/flowm.htm.

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