[rrd-users] getting MAX, LAST VDEFs without generating graph from C library
j.tavares at F5.com
Wed Feb 13 13:26:21 CET 2008
Is that for inspiration on
1. is there another way to do this
2. how do I do this with a c function?
I assume #2 :-)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tobias Oetiker [mailto:tobi at oetiker.ch]
> Sent: Wednesday, February 13, 2008 4:17 AM
> To: Jack Tavares
> Cc: rrd-users at lists.oetiker.ch
> Subject: Re: [rrd-users] getting MAX, LAST VDEFs without
> generating graph from C library
> Hi Jack,
> check out rrd_tool.c for inspiration
> Today Jack Tavares wrote:
> > Hello all
> > I have some existing rrdfile with some data in them.
> > I was reading about the VDEF capabilities of the rrdgraph
> > command.
> > I am using the c library functions to manipulate the rrd files.
> > I want the MAX and LAST from a graph, but I don't want the graph.
> > At the command line I would do:
> > rrdtool graph xy.png -aPNG
> > DEF:curclientconns=/var/rrd/connections:curclientconns:AVERAGE
> > VDEF:connsmax=curclientconns,MAXIMUM
> > PRINT:connslast:"last=%12.0lf" PRINT:connsmax:"max=%12.0lf"
> > This prints to stdout.
> > If I am calling rrd_graph() C function, how do I get this data?
> > Is there a better way to do this? I m very open to
> suggestions, but I
> > have to stick with the C library calls.
> > Ok, one more question:
> > I dont see any API docs for theC library on the web site.
> Are there any?
> > Thanks again
> > --
> > Jack Tavares
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