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RE: [hobbit] How Can I Change ping Frequency to every 30 Seconds?
- To: <hobbit (at) hswn.dk>
- Subject: RE: [hobbit] How Can I Change ping Frequency to every 30 Seconds?
- From: <wiskbroom (at) hotmail.com>
- Date: Thu, 11 Feb 2010 10:25:18 -0500
- Importance: Normal
- References: <BAY133-W1040F639A17D88F6868582B44F0 (at) phx.gbl>,<201002102314.23693.bgmilne (at) staff.telkomsa.net>,<BAY133-W18B0F428A60CF903CD9D47B44E0 (at) phx.gbl>,<6bf71c521002110701sbd9e88eg849ddb865644caf3 (at) mail.gmail.com>
> From: scottlryan (at) ....com
> On Thu, Feb 11, 2010 at 3:50 PM, wrote:
>>> From: bgmilne (at) staff.....net
>>> On Wednesday, 10 February 2010 16:28:56 wiskbroom (at) ....com wrote:
>>>> believe it is every 5 minutes as that is the frequency shown on my "conn"
>>>> RRD graphs.
>>> No, network testing intervals are not necessarily aligned to the RRD graph
>> How, and where can I make sure that rrd graphs are
>> regenerating at the same interval, or at least every 2 minutes?
> You can use rrdtool to dump out the contents of the rrd.
> cd /var/lib/xymon/rrd/
> # rrdtool dump .rrd | less
So, that's confirmed that I am generating a graph once per minute:
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:25:00 EST / 1265729100 --> <row><v>2.5375000000e-03</v></row>
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:30:00 EST / 1265729400 --> <row><v>5.2093333333e-03</v></row>
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:35:00 EST / 1265729700 --> <row><v>2.6782333333e-03</v></row>
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:40:00 EST / 1265730000 --> <row><v>5.6797666667e-03</v></row>
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:45:00 EST / 1265730300 --> <row><v>4.2973333333e-03</v></row>
<!-- 2010-02-09 10:50:00 EST / 1265730600 --> <row><v>3.7946000000e-03</v></row>
Now, how do I reset this to every two minutes?