[rrd-users] "rrdtool info" through network doesn't seem to work.
s.shipway at auckland.ac.nz
Tue Oct 19 08:28:03 CEST 2010
The current stable version of RRDTool only supports 'update' via rrdcached; if you're using TCP-based rrdcached this means there's no fallback to direct, either - what the rrdtool client does is to fall back to using direct, which can work OK if you've got UNIX sockets and the files are local, but is not good with TCP sockets.
I've submitted some patches to Tobi to allow rrdcached to support 'last', 'first', and 'create' and 'info'. If you download the development snapshot you should get these.
University of Auckland ITS
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From: rrd-users-bounces+s.shipway=auckland.ac.nz at lists.oetiker.ch [rrd-users-bounces+s.shipway=auckland.ac.nz at lists.oetiker.ch] on behalf of Yuya [hill_climb at hotmail.com]
Sent: Tuesday, 19 October 2010 2:49 p.m.
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Subject: [rrd-users] "rrdtool info" through network doesn't seem to work.
I'm using rrdcahced(version 1.4.4) to update rrd files in a remote host, and
I'm facing the following.
Trying to check the timestamp when the target rrd file in a remote host was
I used "rrdtool last", but it doesn't seem to work. and the same is true for
"rrdtool info" and
The procedure I went through and the environment were as follows;
(Assume that Host A and Host B are connected via network)
1. Run rrdcached on Host A
rrdcached -l <ip-address>:<port> -w 120 -b /aaa/bbb -F
2. Create a rrd file named "xxx.rrd" in the directory that was specified by
"-b" option above.
3. Execute "rrdtool last" with "--daemon" option on Host B
rrdtool last --daemon <ip-address>:<port> xxx.rrd
Then, Error returned such as;
ERROR: opening 'xxx.rrd': No such file or directory
And, when the absolute path is used to specify the target file instead of
the relative path from the directory specified by "-b" option, following
ERROR: absolute path names not allowed when talking to a remote daemon
As far as I read the Documentation
I thing that "rrdtool last" with --daemon can be used, but is this only
valid within a
same host? Or, if some other option is specified to execute "rrdtool last",
does it work?
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