[rrd-users] Re: RRDTOOL questions

Serge Maandag serge.maandag at staff.zeelandnet.nl
Wed Nov 30 22:07:38 MET 2005

> rrdtool update router1.rrd N:$IN:$OUT

> Now, when I pull up the graph in my browser, I get a single 
> blue line that runs across the bottom of the graph which 
> tells me it's at zero. This isn't correct as I know there is 
> traffic going over these links.

First try a "rrdtool dump" to see the data in the rrd database is really
Then add an "echo `date+%s` $IN $OUT >> /tmp/rrdinput.log" to your
Check the logfile to see if you are putting sane numbers in your rrd
And use full pathnames for your executables (rrdtool, snmpget) in your


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