[rrd-users] How to parse a log into a rrd graph?

Andy Riebs andy.riebs at hp.com
Sat Sep 27 16:09:21 CEST 2008

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Partly, I suppose it depends on your definition of "nice shape" :)

Please send some information about your RRD definitions, and the 
commands that  you are using to

a. Store the data
b. Generate the graph


On Friday 26 September 2008, digdug wrote:
> Hello,
> i have some logfiles, filled with accounting messages from my DSL
> router and want RRD to build a nice graph of the inbound and outbound
> traffic. The messages occures asynchronously, about every few
> seconds. They contain infos about how many bytes have bin received
> and send over the wire to that time. So the cumulated value over a
> given time period gives the ammount of data send/received in total.
> Now, i have written a parse for that logs getting:
> Well, i feed that into an RRD but the resulting graph was
> frustrating. Instead of a nice shape i get only spikes in the graph,
> really ugly and unuseable. What do i do wrong?
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Andy Riebs
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