Rrd files not updating cacti
I tried: > > $ rrdtool updatev 269124112162 > return_value = -1 > ERROR: 269.rrd: illegal attempt to update using time 1241121600 when > last update time is 1245323161 (minimum one second step) > > Searching the lists, I found a post from 2003 > \ target="_blank" > which says, that it's not possible to load old data. > > What would I need to do, to get old data into my RRD file(s)?> > - Dump contents > - Create empty new RRD file > - Load data, INCLUDING old data and dumped content > > Would that be the correct approach?INFO: Spine bootstrap process completed To compile and install Spine do the following: ./configure make make install If you have put spine into the same directory as it was installed before, then spine is ready to go.If you changed the destination dir, then you will have to create or modify the file. You will be presented with a step-by-step wizard that will guide you through the update process.We still retain Cacti, but it lost most of its importance.Today, Nagiosgraph running unchanged since 2008, easily handles its 1283 active devices with a total of 3740 individual graphs and is almost entirely 'maintenance-free'.There are several packages available for Nagios graphing.At the time of implementation in 2008, the Nagiosgraph package was not well maintained and contained a serious bug (Nagiosgraph v0.9.1).
No more additional login into a second application, no more manual search and mapping of devices between Nagios and Cacti.
RRDtool (acronym for round-robin database tool) correlates time-series data like network bandwidth, temperatures, CPU load or any other data type.
Data is stored in a round-robin database (circular buffer) which allows the system storage footprint to remain constant over time.
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/* make sure these values refect your actual database/host/user/password */ $database_type = "mysql"; $database_default = "cacti"; $database_hostname = "localhost"; $database_username = "[dbuser]"; $database_password = "[dbpassword]"; $database_port = "3306"; $database_ssl = false; /* Edit this to point to the default URL of your Cacti install ex: if your cacti install as at this would be set to /cacti/ */ $url_path = "/cacti/"; 'cp' -u -R /var/www/html/cacti/scripts/* /var/www/html/cacti-0.8.8g/scripts/ 'cp' -u -R /var/www/html/cacti/resource/* /var/www/html/cacti-0.8.8g/resource/ 'cp' -R /var/www/html/cacti/plugins/* /var/www/html/cacti-0.8.8g/plugins/ INFO: Starting Spine build process INFO: Removing cache directories INFO: Running auto-tools to verify buildability Using `AC_PROG_RANLIB' is rendered obsolete by `AC_PROG_LIBTOOL' Putting files in AC_CONFIG_AUX_DIR, `config'.