[mrtg] Yes, it was in the "logs" FAQ: Re: Recreating graphs from section of log
George.Nease at dig.com
Wed Oct 31 16:36:25 MET 2001
Hi friends, thanks for your help. When I re-read the logfiles pages, it was
clear that for detail we'll go to the backups for very-fresh logs (and
G. P. Nease
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From: Jeromme_Lawler at xtoenergy.com [mailto:Jeromme_Lawler at xtoenergy.com]
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2001 6:22 AM
To: Tyler Frederick
Cc: George Nease; mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: Re: [mrtg] Re: Recreating graphs from section of log
If you have backups of the log files from that day - you should be able to
that level of information. Although I don't know how to do it.
To: George Nease <George.Nease at dig.com>
cc: mrtg at list.ee.ethz.ch(bcc: Jeromme
Subject [mrtg] Re: Recreating graphs from section of
I don't think you can do this as MRTG slowly drops the more specific 5
minute samples into 30 minute samples after 24 hours or so and then into
2 hour samples after a week or so, then finally down to 1 day samples
for the yearly data.
I think what I'm saying is that you don't have all the data you need for
that type of granularity anymore (I don't think, but if I'm wrong,
someone on the list will speak up)
On Tue, 2001-10-30 at 18:11, George Nease wrote:
> Searched Tobi's and Alex's FAQ but no luck.
> My management has decided they want an MRTG snapshot of Sept 11. I've
> snipped out the section of <whatever>.log for that part of September.
> the URL for the syntax of how to run a retrospective MRTG or rrdtool chart
> from an existing log?
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