[rrd-users] Re: Newbie NT question

Alex van den Bogaerdt alex at slot.hollandcasino.nl
Wed Sep 19 23:54:58 MEST 2001

Davis, Johnathan wrote:

> Just getting started with RRDTool in my NT machine.  
> In going through Alex's tutorial i noticed that the times are set in epoch
> time, which I found out NT does not like when I was doing the first example.
> What is the time format for NT machines?  I tried <mm><dd><yy><army time>,
> but that did not seem to work.  

This is the first time I get a report like this.  Could it be that you
made a typo?

Date and time is described in the rrdfetch manual.  Last time I checked
(which is a while ago) there where some errors in it however the following
formats should at least work (note the use of quotes):

   --start 'Jan 01 2001'
   --start 'Jan 01 2001 00:00'
   --start 978303600

Please let me know whatever you find out.

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