massie at cs.berkeley.edu
Wed Apr 20 20:35:41 MEST 2005
tobi et al-
i talked a couple weeks ago about how we might change the heart of
rrdtool to make it more portable and developer friendly. i think i have
a basic code base to get us started toward that goal. you can download
the code and try is yourself at
i've compiled and tested the code on Linux, Solaris, MacOS X, FreeBSD,
NetBSD and Windows/Cygwin. MacOS users will have to add the line...
extern "C" int isnan(double);
to the top of some of the source (i'll add the autoconf code to do that
later). there is a bug on macosx that occurs when iostream and cmath
are used together (as librrd does).
the ./src directory has all the code for building the rrd library and
./test has a simple program for testing it.
the test program creates a database with two datasources and two
archives, dumps in 62,000+ random samples and then serializes the
database into a human-readable text (this test only takes about a second
on my laptop.. very fast).
the human-readable text format is not the format i recommend for storing
the databases .. .it's just there for debugging. adding the xdr code
would be pretty trivial.
i haven't implemented the fetch code yet but it would not take long at all.
it would be pretty easy to wrap this code using SWIG
(http://www.swig.org/) to provide Perl, Python, Tcl/Tk, Guile,
MzScheme, Ruby, Java, PHP, CHICKEN, Lisp, etc interfaces to librrd.
i would be happy to continue working on this on the side as much as i
can but things are getting pretty busy now for me. please let me know
what you think about this code/approach.
btw, i want to give credit where credit is due.. this code is based
pretty closely to jrobin (http://www.jrobin.org/).
you'll see a "librrd-C-0.1.0.tar.gz" file on my web site which was my
first failed approach to solving this problem. i quickly realized the C
wasn't going to cut it and i needed C++ (i'm not trying to start any
religious wars here).
let me know what you think.
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