[rrd-users] Re: (Newbie question) Can rrdtool 'update' from a file?
joe at mirrorimage.net
Thu Mar 13 04:59:07 MET 2003
Take a look at Tobi Oetiker's Smokeping:
It would require you to install smokeping on one of the two servers in question
(or a box sitting next to one of them), but it's got a pretty straightforward
setup and would definitely give you what you're looking for.
On Thu, 13 Mar 2003, Gareth Oliver wrote:
> Hi folks,
> rrdtool newbie here, so please be kind ;-)
> I've installed rrdtool on RH 8.0 Linux.
> Can the rrdtool 'update' feature use a file as an input? For example, I have a simple script with two data pieces (date and ping speed, comma delimited) that looks like:
> (What I am trying to achieve is a graph of ping speed between two servers on our network)
> Can I use this import file with a rrdtool update an rrd database file? If so, would you be kind enough to detail how I would do this?
> Also, if what I am doing can be achieved easier, again could you detail how.
> (Like I said, newbie questions!! ;-) )
> Kind regards, and thanks in advance,
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