[rrd-users] rrdtool 1.3.5 xport has non-xml text at beginning of xml output

Howie howie at thingy.com
Tue Feb 3 12:17:36 CET 2009

Con Zyor wrote:
> Using the following xport command in rrdtool 1.3.5 results in non-xml text
> being inserted at the beginning of the xml, as shown.  This is confusing
> my
> xslt parser (which uses an xsl to transform rrdtool xport into csv).  The
> xslt processor is xsltproc and this is all running on Red Hat Linux 5
> x86_64.  It wasn't like this in rrdtool 1.2.

I am seeing this same issue with CentOS 5 and RRDtool 1.2.29 after moving
from an older FreeBSD system. Did you ever find a solution? Currently I'm
running the output from rrdtool through sed to chop off the first couple of
lines in my scripts, but that's not a very nice solution!


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