[rrd-users] Re: Question on rrdtool graph PRINT function

Arnold Nipper arnold at nipper.de
Fri Aug 6 10:26:46 MEST 2004

On 06.08.2004 09:55 Didier wrote:

>                  rrdtool graph test1_ds1_12.png --start 1091736000 --end
> 1091740800 DEF:val1=test1_ds1_12.rrd:ds1:AVERAGE PRINT:val1:MAX:%lf
>                  0x0
>                  9.990000   ======> it is the maximum
> In the example above can anybody tell me what represent 0x0 ; I 
> always get it.

0x0 is the size of the image you graphed.

> How can I avoid it ? Is there an error in the way I
> use the function above ?

Redirect stderr to /dev/null to suppress it.


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