[rrd-users] Re: RRD::GETENV

Chris Snell chris at bikeworld.com
Thu Mar 9 20:40:31 MET 2000

At 03:10 AM 3/9/00, Gilles Lamiral wrote:

>Could it be possible to have a <RRD::GETENV name> that dumps the environment
>variable "name". Possibility :<RRD::SETENV name>. SETENV with no value for 
>giving its actual value.

If you are running RRDtool form the command line or a shell script, why not 
just put environment variables in your scripts like this (to borrow an 
example from the Tutorial)

    rrdtool graph ${GRAPHIC_NAME}                      \
       --start ${STIME} --end ${ETIME}                 \
       --vertical-label m/s                            \
       DEF:myspeed=test.rrd:speed:AVERAGE              \
       CDEF:realspeed=myspeed,1000,*                   \

Am I missing something?

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