[rrd-users] Re: Problem with --x-grid settings
Tom.Fladsrud at edb.com
Tue Nov 22 09:24:08 MET 2005
I cheked both machines, and the date here are correct. The content of
the graph is correct, and it displays the right information from the
start to the end. But the day does not match the content of the graph.
On Monday, the content of Friday is displayed etc. And when I specifiy
that the date interval to display information about is from the 8. of
nov to 22. nov. it does display the right content for that intervall in
the graph, but the day on the x-axis is wrong. I have also printed out
the date that I use to see that this date is correct. It is. The 22. is
a Tuesday, but is set to be a Thursday in the graph...
I tried to put \% and \\\% in front of A, but it gave the same result.
Does this not work on windows? Or is there another command for windows?
From: Serge Maandag [mailto:serge.maandag at staff.zeelandnet.nl]
Sent: 21. november 2005 16:04
To: Fladsrud Tom; rrd-users at list.ee.ethz.ch
Subject: RE: [rrd-users] Problem with --x-grid settings
> I'm using rrdtool to create a graph, and on the x-axis the days are
> displayed. The problem is that these are not correct. They are about
> two days wrong.
Then there's something quite wrong. Perhaps either the date on your
collecting machine or on your graphing machine is off.
> I have been trying to use the --x-grid HOUR:1:DAY:1:DAY:1:84600:%A
> command to display the day, hoping that this would resolve the problem
> But this only result in that "A" is printed on the x-axis.
You may have to escape the % sign and maybe even the colons.
Like \% or even \\\%
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