[rrd-users] Re: Newbie rrdtool fetch question

Serge Maandag serge.maandag at staff.zeelandnet.nl
Wed Oct 5 22:31:07 MEST 2005

> I want to grab some of the information using rrdtool fetch 
> and process it in a script but the output comes to me as:
> 1128534300: 1.6889052210e+07 5.1873403241e+07
> What I want to know is... How do I translate something like
> 5.4227032121e+07 into Kb/s or Mb/s?

1.6889052210e+07 is "1 dot 6889 times 10 to the power 7"
About 16 million.

It represents what you put in. If you put in bytes and the 
data type is COUNTER, then it is 16 MegaByte/sec or 108 Megabits/sec.


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