[rrd-users] Re: Newbie a bit confused and needs help
rickb at servercove.com
Fri Feb 20 12:11:17 MET 2004
Check out the --start and --end command line arguments you can feed to
the rrdtool command. The unit is seconds, and positive numbers are in
relation to epoch. Negative numbers are relative to the current time,
which I find easier to use.
And so on...
Hope this helps!
Graphing Netflow data with RRDtool
On Fri, 2004-02-20 at 06:02, Moyaze Shivji wrote:
> Hi there
> I am trying to use RRD to to graphically represent data on a daily,
> weekly, monthly and yearly basis.
> I have basically configured RRD to take samples of data (data is extracted
> from a external perl script) every 3 minutes. Now this is okay for the
> daily graph. But I want to collect data for the weekly graph to show
> avaeragly the data collected every week, month and over the past year.
> My question is how do I create graphs using the same RRD database for
> weekly, monthly and yearly periods.
> Any advice and help would be much appreciated.
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