The problem relates to the way of calculating y-axis range. The calculation in many cases would use a yStep causing the final yTop smaller than the actual yMaxValue.

I added the following as a quick work-around so that max value is always shown on the chart. The drawback is sometimes there would be 7 steps (not a big deal compared to be cutting off the top).

The problem relates to the way of calculating y-axis range. The calculation in many cases would use a yStep causing the final yTop smaller than the actual yMaxValue.

I added the following as a quick work-around so that max value is always shown on the chart. The drawback is sometimes there would be 7 steps (not a big deal compared to be cutting off the top).

----/opt/graphite/webapp/graphite/render/glyph.pyes[-1] < yMaxValue:es.append(self.yLabelValues[-1] + self.yStep)

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< self.yLabelValu