[rrd-users] Re: Creating Graphs via .rrd files:

Serge Maandag serge.maandag at staff.zeelandnet.nl
Thu Feb 17 09:40:40 MET 2005

> I have updated some rows in the /etc/mrtg/mrtg.conf
> LogFormat: rrdtool
> Please advice me how can I draw the page as mrtg did.
> Using the rrdtool software.

You can use 14all.cgi or mrtg-rrd.cgi to generate your pages.
They work slightly different from what you were used too with
sec mrtg. You can now:
- call the cgi in a crontab to generate your graphs and use the
  mrtg html indexes you already have
- Alter the html index files so they do not point at a static
  image, but point at the cgi instead. The cgi can output a image
  to the standard output.
- Use the cgi to generate your indexfiles dynamically

Download one of the two, read the docs and try what you like best.
If you view the graphs a lot, then option 1 may be good for you,
since the cpu load due to image generation will be lower. You could
also use the second option and tell the cgi to do lazy image 


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