Using RRDTool directly

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Using RRDTool directly

Post by ggillies » Tue Jul 03, 2007 2:37 pm

Anyone know how to go about querying the rrd files directly? I would like to create a custom html status page of all our monitored servers incorporating some tiny graphs for common items. Only problem is the RRDTool command in the Denika package and any one I download myself complains about the version number of the files.

Any help appreciated.

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Graham

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Re: Using RRDTool directly

Post by tomp » Fri Dec 17, 2010 10:49 am

Hi Graham,

You can access the RRDs directly using perl and the RRDs perl module.

The RRDs are located in the \SOE\misc\rrds directory.

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