[rrd-users] Change time zone (x-axis) on plots?

David Ball davidtball at gmail.com
Sun Jul 29 17:54:38 CEST 2007

   One method would be to adjust the timestamp for the data prior to
adding it your RRD.  Depending on the method you use to gather data
and update your RRD though, this might not be trivial.
   I haven't used it before, but does the 'SHIFT' option help you at
all in the documention for the 'graph' function ?


On 7/26/07, Rob Newman <rlnewman at ucsd.edu> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I think this might be a relatively simple question, but I could not
> see the answer on the rrdtool graph man page. I want to display my
> RRD archives as graphs with the time axis (x) label displayed as UTC
> time, not PDT (which is my current and server time zone). I need this
> because I have data coming in from multiple time zones and need to
> compare across them. As I understand it, data is stored in the
> archives as epoch seconds, so it should be a relatively simple
> conversion, right?
> Can anyone help? Thanks in advance,
> - Rob
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