[rrd-users] Re: combining rrd's of same 'kind'
Alex van den Bogaerdt
alex at ergens.op.het.net
Sat Dec 14 13:45:37 MET 2002
On Fri, Dec 13, 2002 at 03:47:13PM -0600, Frank DiGravina wrote:
> I have two rrd's that were generated by mrtg; each represents some
> time period and each has looked at a comparable interface on two
> distinct machines. More simply, I have rrd-A and rrd-B. Rrd-A
> precedes rrd-B in time. I simple want to add the historical data from
> A to B, which is currently active. Is there a simple way to do this?
Within one polling interval do:
Keep both databases in sync (update each one at the same time)
"rrdtool dump" both databases
Merge both files (see below)
"rrdtool restore" the current database from this file
When you have both databases in sync, the differences will be only in
the content of the data.
You want to have the relevant lines from "rrd-A" and "rrd-B" in your
Relevant here means "before or after a certain time". Let's call
this time "t".
This determines how to merge the files:
until end of file
read line "a" from rrd-A
read line "b" from rrd-B
(check the input: the files should be the same)
if (inside an RRA)
if (time is before "t")
write line "a"
write line "b"
write line "b"
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