[rrd-users] rrdtool or equivalent on an asp.net hosted server
ch_cu2 at yahoo.fr
Mon Apr 8 09:09:46 CEST 2013
Yes, the binary format is different as the library was built without looking
at rrdtool's source code (in order to give it a different licence, ie LGPL).
Nevertheless, it should be pretty efficient.
I can't remember about that bug you mention - but isn't it the expected
behavior? Or should there be any kind of right-border detection?
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Objet : Re: [rrd-users] rrdtool or equivalent on an asp.net hosted server
So, I did some tests during the weekend to implement rrdshar in my
This is the result: http://otio.se/~jonas/rrd/ <http://otio.se/~jonas/rrd/>
It wasn't easy to get it to work as I wanted it without any documentation on
the methods in the library what so ever. But finally I got something that is
usable up and running.
One thing I noticed is that the database files binary format is not
compatible with that of rrdtool, if that's a problem.
Also, I don't know if this is how it is supposed to be or if it's a bug in
rrdsharp, but the last value is always NaN if I don't limit the graph to the
value previous to the last.
> Thanks Martin!
> I downloaded it and tried the test-application that came with it; it
> compiles and runs just fine on my Windows 7 machine (as an .exe file).
> moved the exe and dll to the intended target machine, which is running
> Ubuntu and Mono, and it works out just great!
> I will implement it as a test in my application and see if it's usable
> marthter wrote
>> Yes I noticed this same problem and eventually stumbled/googled my
>> way to this page:
>> It does not look very maintained but I guess maybe if it just works,
>> that's okay.
>> I haven't tried it yet, but please keep me posted on how yours goes.
>> As I said, I don't have the option of using NHawk because it needs to
>> wrap a command line rrdtool executable, which won't be possible in my
>> hosted scenario.
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