[rrd-users] remote rrdtool access
davidtball at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 16:36:01 CEST 2007
Since RRD files are architecture-dependant, you might be safer to
generate the graphs on the original machine and copy them over, OR,
make use of the RRDtool 'dump' command on the original machine and scp
the .xml files that are created. You'd then need to use the rrdtool
'restore' command to (re)generate the .rrd files on the local machine,
then generate your graphs from those.
That said, if you have a homogeneous server environment (same
architecture and OS on your machines) you might get away with simply
copying the .rrd files directly.
On 14/10/2007, Ladislav Andel <ladaan at iptel.org> wrote:
> I'm sorry for the confusion, but here is exactly what I want.
> I have a web pages which reads graphs created by rrdgraph but some of
> the rrd archives
> are on remote machines and I need to get either created graphs or the
> rrd archives and make the graphs locally
> where the webserver is running. So possibly I could transfer rrd
> archives via scp to local machine and create those graphs.
> I don't know if this is the best approach I could go but if you give any
> comments to any good and easy working approach
> I'd be very glad.
> Ladislav Andel wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I have setup my rrdsrv service via inetd and telneting to the
> > meta-server is working fine.
> > Now I just need to read rrd files and work with them locally.
> > Could you give me a hint where to start or give me an example?
> > Does anybody have a working code to fetch rrd files remotely with perl
> > sockets or netcat?
> > I have never worked with perl sockets or netcat(probably somehow through
> > pipes).
> > Thank you hints.
> > Lada
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