[rrd-users] Faster tool to generate graphs using RRD files

Saravia, Jovanny - (Col) Jovanny.Saravia at attla.com
Mon Nov 10 22:23:14 MET 2003

Hi people,
2 years ago I used mrtg and log files to collect information in about 1000
targets. Due to this huge quantity of interfaces and variables to measure,
frequently I had loss of information.
When MRTG tried to poll, Normally the server was saturated, the snmpget took
a lot of time, and the logs files were broken or they had missed
Then I migrate from mrtg to rrdtool and I never knew about loss information,
which was great !!. With this powerfull tool I could migrate to use only one
server instead of three to poll all my devices, which at this time were
aproximately 1300 Targets. 
Now I have aproximately 11000 targets and rrdtool continues being fine to
poll the variables in this targets. But unafortunately another problem
Right now I have a lot of clients requesting the graphs via a personal
information system that I developed. I just built the link that allow the
customer to saw the measuring. 
I am using mrtg-rrd.cgi to graph these rrd files. But due to the high volume
of request, the client experience a lot of time while the graph is being
generated. So, I am trying to change my frontend. I would like to hear of
the people in this list, which tool I could check in order to generate in a
faster way these graphs request from RRD files.
Any help will be so much appreciated.
        Jovanny Saravia 

	ingeniero de Gestión, Seguridad y Calidad de red 
AT&T Latin America 
UIN: 7393608 

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