[rrd-users] Re: converting sparc rrd > x86 rrd
Chan Chi Hung
chihung at aspcentre.org
Thu May 8 03:44:13 MEST 2003
I am not sure whether this will work, but no harm trying.
Solaris x86 byte order is Little Endian whereas Solaris SPARC is Big Endian.
You can try to use "dd" to do a byte swap. Example:
dd if=rrd_sparc.rrd of=rrd_x86.rrd conv=swab
Ross Tsolakidis wrote:
>I've posted this to both mrtg and rrdtool lists cause I think they'd both be able to help :)
>I recently moved our Accounting box (mrtg/rrdtool) from our trusty Sparc box to an X86 box.
>Both are using Debian Linux.
>One thing I didn't take into account is the architecture changes, I have all my SPARC rrd files, but the new accounting box complains about them being the wrong architecture every time MRTG runs.
>The new x86 box is working fine, but I would very much like to import the old SPARC data in, as it has almost a years worth.
>I have all the old data sitting on my hard drive.
>Is this possible ? Keeping in mind I'm not very advanced in using rrdtool...
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