The one thing you cant do (yet) is to have the separate unstacked line on top of the graph -- although you can have an unstacked Total or Average line.
Hrm. That sounds quite interesting. An unstacked Total line sounds like what I want.
Possibly, you could get your data collection to collect the 'all other data' count,
As a remainder of the total for the interface minus the traffic accounted for, or as the actual total for the interface? I suspect you mean the former, and I do intend to have that on my graph, but I wanted to also graph the interface's actual total on top as a "double check" that I am getting everything in stacks. I like checks and balances.
If I am doing it all correctly, the total line will follow the top of the top stack and I know I am correctly accounting for everything. If it deviates, then I have to recheck my work.
so stacking all of these would make the actual total? This is in fact what I do for my home network, graphing network usage by individual machines and then 'all other traffic' so I can render it as a stacked graph with a total line.
I don't suppose you have it posted as an example somewhere do you?
It does sound like what I am looking for. The "total line" sounds interesting.