[rrd-users] rrd_update_r() error : expected timestamp not found in data source from update
tony at mountifield.org
Mon Dec 21 14:14:01 CET 2015
In article <n58jtu$ot1$1 at softins.softins.co.uk>,
Tony Mountifield <tony at mountifield.org> wrote:
> In article <CADgchnuMGkA=tQdMtACMWPYX2TgDUwKfbf3g=d+Fa3V5BP+WDA at mail.gmail.com>,
> Athanasios Silis <athanasios.silis at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello there,
> > I am trying to use rrd_update_r() to update a rrdb through a c++ program.
> > So I am generating the argc/argv on the fly to pass into the function.
> > The originating string is the following:
> > time_t tm = time(NULL);
> > stringstream ss;
> > ss << tm;
> > string updstr = string("update sensors.rrd \
> > --template CO2unf:CO2fil:O2pp:O2pct:O2temp:O2pres ")\
> > + ss.str() + string(":1015:1000:123:20.63:38.48:987");
> > I get this error from rrd_get_error():
> > sensors.rrd: expected timestamp not found in data source from update
> > Is timestamp not accepted in seconds from EPOCH?
> Can you show your code all the way from the above until the call to rrd_update_r()?
> Also, show the value of updstr, to make sure it is what you think it is?
I got your private email, to which I'll respond, but other people may be
interested in answers, so it's better to continue here.
Have a look at http://stackoverflow.com/questions/6681090/how-to-call-threadsafe-rrd-update-r-round-robin-database-function-with-c-api
In particular, I think you need to give rrd_update_r() the template separately,
rather than as a --template argument.
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