[rrd-users] SVG interaction on RRDs graphs
Kevin P. Foote
kpfoote at iup.edu
Fri Sep 16 21:28:50 CEST 2011
Any chance you can point to a code repo or post location where that data
"massage" / manipulation code is?
I'd like to take a go at something similar (JSON/Flot) outside of ganglia or other
On Fri, 2 Sep 2011, Vladimir Vuksan wrote:
-> I have written code for Ganglia (http://ganglia.info) that uses rrdtool
-> export to export data of interest then "massages" the data into a proper JSON
-> can for instance see how it looks in action if you go here
-> Find a graph that has an Enlarge button next to it. Click on it. You can then
-> hover over the graph value and it will show you current value. This is very
-> much work in progress.
-> There was a patch submitted by Erik Kastner to allow rrdtool to export
-> directly to JSON but I have not seen it included.
-> On Fri, 2 Sep 2011, nbelorgey wrote:
-> > Richard,
-> > This is fast, clear and efficient. The zoom is really user friendly &
-> > impressive...
-> > But in our case, some graphs will stack between 20-* elements that are
-> > stored in ~6 MB RRDs. ( We're stacking VMs performance métrics on VMware
-> > Clusters)
-> > And we have around 4-12 graph per page... This will make for 25 VMs
-> > 25*12*6
-> > ~ 1800 MB to download ?
-> > The client canno't download and process so much data That's why it has to
-> > be server site processed...
-> > Is there in your roadmap an ajax version that process on the server side
-> > and
-> > return only needed information for graphing purpose ?
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