[rrd-users] cross-platform export?
Doug.Leith at nuim.ie
Wed Jan 22 14:46:33 CET 2014
Of course there's also rrd::editor (http://search.cpan.org/~dougleith/RRD-Editor-0.17/lib/RRD/Editor.pm) , which directly handles cross-platform binary conversion.
On 22 Jan 2014, at 08:38, Johan Elmerfjord wrote:
> Hi Alex,
> When we migrated data from a 32-bit Linux -systems to a 64-bit systems, we synced over the rrd-files, and then copied over the 32-bit rrdtool executable as well, and installed some additional libraries to be able to execute the 32-bit library on the 64-bit system.
> We were then able to do a dump with the 32-bit program, and restore it again into new rrd-files with the 64-bit tool.
> And this was much faster than dumping them on the overloaded 32-bit system and sync the 10X size xml-files over to the new servers.
> It's not a cross-platform export, but maybe that is enough to solve your problem (just calling different executables).
> On Tue, 2014-01-21 at 14:05 -0500, Alex Johnson wrote:
>> I'm new to rrd, but have gotten a request to import rrd files into plot.ly. This can already be done by exporting from rrd to xml first, but it would be even better if we can omit that step. But I run into a problem when I try it, because I don't know where the file was created:
>> ERROR: This RRD was created on another architecture
>> Is there any way around this, so I can export rrd data on my system (ubuntu) regardless of where it was created?
>> Alex Johnson
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