[rrd-users] Re: Odd Situation

Ciaran Deignan ciaran.deignan at netcelo.com
Fri Oct 29 15:42:57 MEST 2004

>Can I grab specific Data Sources (cpu_idl) from RRDs::fetch, or would I have to unload the RRD to a file and parse the file with a split or awk?  also how can I combine multiple servers and apply the perl script to all of them at once?  

Is there a reason for using Fetch?
Most people start with graphing, and then use the "PRINT" function 
within the graph environment
to get averages into a script... I've never used fetch for something 
serious, but
I think that what you're wanting to do would be easy using the "graph" 
which are well-documented.


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