[rrd-users] ANNOUNCE: RRGrapher-1.013 released

Dave Plonka plonka at doit.wisc.edu
Tue Apr 4 23:25:42 MEST 2000

RRDTOOL aficionados,

    I'm pleased to announce the release of RRGrapher-1.013.

    RRGrapher is a front-end for RRDTOOL that allows you to
    interactively build graphs of your own design. Also it allows
    you the freedom to use any combination of other RRDTOOL frond-
    ends such as MRTG, Cricket, and 14all to create and maintain the
    `.rrd' files, but generate graphs containing data from any of
    those sources in the same graphs.

    I originally wrote this tool in 1999, and upon releasing
    FlowScan-1.002, another front-end of mine for RRDTOOL, I
    realized that I use RRGrapher all the time and it'd be nice if
    FlowScan users had access to it so they didn't go criminally
    insane trying to maintain `rrdtool graph' command lines by
    following the examples in FlowScan's `graphs.mf' Makefile.

    RRGrapher is available under the terms of the GNU General Public
    License, and is available to you at:


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