[mrtg] Re: question regarding rrdtool

Scott Baker bakers at web-ster.com
Thu Nov 2 17:50:43 MET 2000

That is the number of seconds since the epoch (1-1-1970) I believe.  it's a 
standard unit of time measure in unix.


At 06:26 PM 11/1/2000 -0800, Jerry Hsieh wrote:

>I tried to read the rrdtutorial but there is one thing that I tried to read
>the document over and over but I really don't understand.
>For example,
>rrdtool create test.rrd --start 978300900 ==> what does this number mean?
>Thanks for your time.
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