[rrd-users] Changing hardware cause ERROR: This RRD was created on another architecture

Kevin P. Foote kpfoote at iup.edu
Tue Oct 12 19:20:09 CEST 2010


You are correct you can not transfer .rrd files between architectures.

You need to export your rrd files on a i386 architecture box and then
import them into fresh rrd files on your x86_64 architecture.

See the link below for more info.  



On Tue, 12 Oct 2010, martijn wrote:

-> Hi ,
-> Last week I had to replace my hardware. The motherboard was broken.
-> I reinstalled Centos and RRDTOOL 
-> I did a upgade from centos 5.3 tot 5.5
-> The version of rrdtool was 1.4.4 and still is.
-> The old machine was a adm XP processor (i386)
-> The new machine is a quad core (x64)
-> The rrd file are not readable.
-> I get the error:
-> " ERROR: This RRD was created on another architecture " 
-> What can I do to correct / solve the problem?
-> Martijn
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