[rrd-users] rrd_cgi.exe problem

José Maria Costa Pereira jose.pereira at vodafone.pt
Mon Oct 29 16:02:22 MET 2001


	I've come up with a problem using rrd scripts through cgi.

	The problem is this: some rrd databases are stored in a remote
machine. I created a virtual directory (with full permissions!! ... just in
case) to the shared folder where the databases are stored (I can see them in
the IIS administration utility, so everything seems ok!). But when calling a
generic script (graph_remote_files.rrdcgi) that graphs rrd databases from
that directory I get the following error from rrd_cgi.exe:

		[ERROR: opening 'rrd/remote_virtual_directory/routerA.rrd':
No such file or directory] 

	The thing is that the file exists!!!! ... if I open a browser I can
go to:

(this is not a valid link... it's just an example)

	and once there I can see routerA.rrd!!!
	Is there any know bug/incompatibility between rrd_cgi.exe and the
use of a virtual directory?
	Because, using rrd databases stored locally (with no need for
virtual directories) everything works fine!

	Thanks in advance!

best regards,

	José Maria Costa Pereira
	DRE - Corporate Networks
	jose.pereira at vodafone.pt

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