[rrd-users] Graphing potentially missing files

Steve Shipway s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz
Wed Dec 1 02:53:38 CET 2010

> I'm upgrading our main router to include automatic failover. Up until
> now, I'm switched manually if one failed and copied the rrd files
> over to maintain data continuity.
> At the moment I access the data files via NFS, so the graphing always
> uses the most current data.
> Any other ideas ?

Why not use rrdcached in TCP mode to send the updates from your routers over to a central rrd file(s) held on the graphing server?  Then no need for NFS or copying.


Steve Shipway
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